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Thursday, October 26, 2006

Feeding Off Of Foley

In a campaign ad, Minnesota Democratic House candidate Patty Wetterling criticizes the Republican establishment for its handling of the Mark Foley Congressional page scandal.

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?I Love Puppies?

Maryland Republican Senate candidate Michael Steele appears in a positive campaign ad, in which he joked about his affection for puppies.

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Right For Bush?

Maryland Democratic Senate candidate Ben Cardin attacked Republican candidate Michael Steele for supporting President Bush?s policies.

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Abuse Accusation

Chris Carney, a Democratic House candidate in Pennsylvania, used ?man on the street? interviews to attack his opponent Don Sherwood for accusations he abused his mistress.

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Attacking Governor Arnold

A California Democratic Party campaign ad attacks California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger for taking positions similar to ones held by President Bush.

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Less Secure?

Connecticut Democratic House candidate Chris Murphy rebuts incumbent Nancy Johnson?s claims that he is weak on security and issues his own accusations in a campaign ad.

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The 9/11 Connection

A MoveOn.org campaign ad accuses Republicans of exploiting 9/11 to get reelected.

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Scare Tactics?

Ned Lamont, Connecticut?s Democratic candidate for Senate, attacks Joe Lieberman and the Bush administration for its ?scare tactics? in a campaign ad.

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Slick, Smooth And Shaky?

A Republican National Committee campaign ad attacks Tennessee?s Democratic Senate hopeful Harold Ford?s image and ?Hollywood values.?

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Off Course In Iraq?

Democratic House candidate Patrick Murphy attacks his opponent Rep. Mike Fitzpatrick for supporting the president?s strategy on Iraq.

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Called To Serve

Democratic House candidate Chris Carney draws attention to his service in the Navy reserves in a campaign ad. Carney calls for a better plan in the fight against terrorism.

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Family Values Attack

Democratic challenger Chris Carney attacked Republican Representative Don Sherwood in a campaign ad. Sherwood has admitted to having an extramarital affair but denied abuse allegations.

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Firefighter Faux Pas

Montana Senator Conrad is criticized in a Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee ad for disparaging remarks he made about firefighters in the state.

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?Macaca? Albatross For Allen?

In a campaign ad, the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee is trying to take advantage of Virginia Senator George Allen?s apparent use of an obscure racial slur.

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Celebrities In Political Ads

A senate race in Missouri is suddenly the talk of the nation because of a TV ad featuring Michael J. Fox. Cynthia Bowers reports that more celebrities are backing candidates.

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Bush- We're On The Right Track

U.S. military officials announced the death of five more American soldiers today, bringing October's total to 96. But Bill Plante reports that President Bush says the war is being won.

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GOP Ad Attacks Harold Ford Jr.

The Tennessee senate race is one of the most competitive in this year's mid-term elections. This ad attacks Democrat Harold Ford Jr. and was paid for by the Republican National Committee.

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Some Encourging News In Iraq

A top U.S. commander says violence in Iraq has lessened. Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld says he's not satisfied with Iraqi forces' progress and plans to hike their budget. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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Bush Signs Secure Fence Act

President Bush signs the Secure Fence Act of 2006. He says the bill promises to establish operational control over the international land and maritime borders of the United States.

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Why Fox Is 'Grateful'

Actor Michael J. Fox tells Katie Couric he feels privileged to have the opportunity to make a difference through Parkinson's disease research and education.

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Stem Cell Research Crusader

Actor Michael J. Fox has become one of the most visible crusaders rallying for candidates who support embryonic stem cell research. Katie Couric has more details.

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Tennessee Race Gets Nasty

One of the most competitive U.S. Senate races in the nation has featured racially charged ads and accusations. The winner could determine which party controls the Senate. Byron Pitts reports.

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New Home Prices Plummet

The median price of a new home is down nearly 10 percent from last year and at its lowest level since September 2004. Economists fear the housing decline will hurt the economy. Trish Regan reports.

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Fear And Loss

Americans sometimes need reminders that the casualties in Iraq are real people, not just numbers. National correspondent Byron Pitts spent the day with one grieving family.

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Single-Sex Public Schools

The government is giving municipalities permission to open boys- or girls-only public schools. Mark Strassmann went to one school in Miami where single-sex education isn't just for sex education.

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Voters Dissect Bush's Words

Katie Couric sat down with a group of Democrats and Republicans in Norwalk, Conn., to find out what voters are saying about the president's latest position on Iraq.

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