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Thursday, November 2, 2006

Notebook- Female Candidates

Only On The Web: It's a big year for female political candidates: 10 are running for governor. But the big news, says Katie Couric, is that a record number are running for state legislatures.

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First Look- Politics And Fires

Only On The Web: Katie Couric and news editor Jerry Cipriano take a look at the rundown for tonight's "Evening News." Politics and the California wildfires are some of the top stories.

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Lorge Slams Opponent In Ad

In his campaign ad, Republican Senate candidate Robert Gerald Lorge claims Sen. Herb Kohl "has done nothing for Wisconsin" during his 18 year in office.

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Rick Santorum Collaborates

Rick Santorum, Pennsylvania's Republican candidate for Senate, discusses teaming up with Joe Lieberman and Hilary Clinton in his campaign ad.

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Getting Seniors To Vote

AARP produced an unconventional ad campaign that encourages seniors to get out and vote. Mark Kitchen, director of media relations for AARP, discusses the commercials with Rene Syler.

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What To Expect On Election Day

The latest CBS News-New York Times poll finds that Iraq is still a key issue for voters this midterm election. Sharyl Attkisson talks with Hannah Storm about what to expect on Election Day.

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Postmortem On Kerry Apology

It took a push from fellow Democrats, but under growing pressure and with the election just days away, Massachusetts Sen. John Kerry said he was sorry about his botched joke. Bill Plante reports.

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CBS Political Experts Weigh In

Katie Couric chatted with Gloria Borger and Bob Schieffer about how the 2006 midterm elections are shaping up.

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Bush Stumps In Montana

Most Republicans are concerned they will lose the House of Representatives. But as Jim Axelrod reports, President Bush is working hard in Red State America to ensure they don't lose the Senate.

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Wyoming's Red Hot Job Market

Thousands of autoworkers are losing their jobs in Detroit. As Cynthia Bowers reports, they're being lured to a new frontier: Wyoming.

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'Worst Of The Worst' Nabbed

CBS News RAW: Attorney General Alberto Gonzalez discusses Operation Falcon III, a sting that led to the arrests of nearly 11,000 fugitives, including 1,600 sex offenders.

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Military Wives Cast Their Vote

President Bush says he does not foresee a change in the number of U.S. troops in Iraq in the near future. Teri Okita reports some military wives are taking their objections to the ballot box.

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Sluggish Support For Bush

President Bush is on the campaign trail. hoping to help Republicans maintain control of Congress. But the latest poll numbers show sluggish support for the president himself. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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Americans Abroad Await Nov. 7

CBS News's Charlie D'Agata talks to some expats, who say just because they moved out of the U.S., doesn't mean they aren't watching the November 7 election as closely as everyone back home.

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Havana Trade Fair

Only On The Web: CBS News' Portia Siegelbaum reports that American firms were scarce at Cuba's International Trade Fair in Havana.

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Worries Over High-Tech Voting

The reliability of the electronic voting machines is in question this election. It is also unclear whether the people operating the machines can make them work. Armen Keteyian reports.

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Poll- Democrats Hold Lead

Democrats hold an 18-point lead over Republicans one week before the midterm elections, according to a new CBS News/New York Times poll. Bob Schieffer discusses the poll results.

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