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Campaign 2010 / O'Donnell, Obama #974889

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Sep 19, 2010
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(Studio: Dan Harris) Report introduced.

(White House: John Hendren) The politics of Campaign 2010 featured; scenes shown of a rare trip to church for President Obama; details given the cancellation by Delaware Senate candidate Christine O'Donnell of Sunday talk show appearance and the decision by Alaskan Senator Lisa Murkowski to run as a write-in independent. [Republican strategist Karl ROVE†- says serious questions have been raised about O'Donnell.] [MURKOWSKI - questions the Tea Party mud slinging.]

(Studio: Dan Harris; Washington: Rick Klein) the question of whether the Tea Party is good or bad for the Republican Party because now there are two three-way races in Alaska and Florida and Obama's religion and church appearance discussed.

Harris, Dan;
Hendren, John;
Klein, Rick

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