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Campaign 2010 #974142

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Sep 05, 2010
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(Studio: Dan Harris) Report introduced.

(Washington: David kerley) President Obama's plan to hit the road with a new economic plan before the midterm elections examined; details given about the research tax credit for business and a payroll tax holiday. [On Fox, Senator John McCAIN - says the Democrats are just flailing.] [OBAMA - talks about job creation.] [Mesirow Financial economist Diane SWONK†, Democratic consultant Karen FINNEY†- assess the plan for recovery.] [Republican consultant Kevin MADDEN†- assesses the parties.]

(Studio: Dan Harris; Washington: Rick Klein) The prospects for any of Obama's options to pass before elections, how this is really about outlining the choices, how it is triage time for the Democrats as they play defense on the local level discussed.

Harris, Dan;
kerley, David;
Klein, Rick

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