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Campaign 2010 / Sanders Interview / A Discussion (Part I) #978764

CNN Evening News for Monday, Nov 01, 2010
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The new CNN research data on the voters' view of how things are going in the US reviewed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The incendiary injection of race into Campaign 2010 by Alabama state senator Hank Sanders introduced; robo-call from Sanders about a return to the cotton field days of Jim Crow in Republicans win. [In earlier interview, SANDERS - says there is a mean-spiritness making this election important; states African Americans are excluded in Alabama politics; calls for people to go out and vote or we will slip back into harmful times; defends his robo-call.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live roundtable discussion held with CNN's Paul Begala, Alex Castellanos, David Gergen, Obama 2008 pollster Cornell Belcher, Erick Erickson and "Eighteen Acres" author Nicolle Wallace about Sanders' robo-call. [BEGALA, BELCHER, ERICKSON, CASTELLANOS - comment on what Sanders said in his phone call and the rhetoric in the South.] [GERGEN - downplays the racial issue in the election.] [WALLACE - outlines what Obama should do and his use of the word "enemies" in his words on immigration.] [BELCHER, ERICKSON, CASTELLANOS, BEGALA - offer view on the Tea Party "culture," Obama's words and the reaction to change.] Other material: [On Univision Radio, OBAMA - speaks about voting on November 2.]

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