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Decision 2010 / Delaware #980161

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Sep 15, 2010
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Victories by Tea Party candidates in yesterday’s primary elections noted.

(Delaware: Kelly O’Donnell) Tea Party candidate Christine O'Donnell’s win over establishment Republican Mike Castle in Delaware's Senate race featured; details given of criticism of her extreme positions. [O'DONNELL – says Castle won’t endorse her; says she’s perplexed by Karl Rove; says she has matured in her positions.] [Vice President Joe BIDEN – predicts this candidate will have a lot of money.] [Delaware State University Sam HOFF†- comments on the misjudgment by the Delaware Republican Party.] [Republican National Committee chairman Michael STEELE†- says he looks forward to electing Christine the next senator from Delaware.] The victory in New Hampshire by Tea Party candidate Kelly Ayotte†† noted.

(Studio: Brian Williams) The win in the New York governor's race by Carl Paladino, the re-nomination of New York Representative Charles Rangel and the loss by Washington, DC Mayor Adrian Fenty†† noted.

Williams, Brian;
O’Donnell, Kelly

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