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Campaign 2010 / Obama / Latino Vote #976925

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Oct 20, 2010
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(Studio: Katie Couric) Map of President Obama's West coast campaign swing to bolster Democrats in the midterm elections shown. The critical contests in the battle for the control of Congress in the midterm elections introduced;

(San Francisco: John Blackstone) The growing political clout of Latino voters featured; scenes shown of California candidates Meg Whitman {governor} and Carly Fiorina {Senate}. [FIORINA, WHITMAN; September 15, OBAMA - campaign to Latinos.] [San Francisco board of supervisors David CAMPOS†- says Latinos are looking for a reason to vote.] The role of Latinos in the Nevada Senate race where Sharron Angle is challenging Senator Harry Reid and the California governor's race between Whitman and Jerry Brown reviewed. Findings of a Pew Hispanic Center poll on the Latino vote noted.

Couric, Katie;
Blackstone, John

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