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-- -- -- The mid term elections at stake.
Control of congress at risk what job -- -- -- -- -- -- -- deal the Obama agenda repeal and replace will be my slogan.
Who has what it takes to win.
The message a lot of the national right to decide to nationalize this -- The momentum we're gonna win this race the movement that you are evil mongers well.
Five pivotal races will be subject to court martial the gloves are off he wants to talk about prison reform they let -- -- -- is gone.
-- -- Fox News reporting inside campaign 2010.
From Washington -- -- bit.
Since January 2009.
President Barack Obama has made huge steps to fundamentally transform America.
The trillion dollar stimulus package health care.
Nationalized student loans.
He could've done it without Democrat control of the senate and the House of Representatives.
-- President Obama still wants more chance.
A sweeping energy bill.
Pro union card check legislation.
Financial regulatory overhaul immigration reform and possibly.
A Republican takeover of either house this November could halt his agenda completely.
For months Fox News has had inside access to key races in five states.
Including two holding critical primaries Tuesday night.
We begin in Pennsylvania.
Eighty year old Arlen Specter has served in the US senate thirty years.
Wants a Democrat he jumped to the GOP for decades ago.
The Specter was one of the only three Republicans.
To vote for the trillion dollars stimulants.
When polls showed him losing the 2010 primary to conservative Pat Toomey Specter switch back to the Democrats.
Now he faces a democratic challenge from representative -- -- stack who once trailed Specter about twenty points in the polls.
-- -- Seniors.
We've just been doing outstanding work in the senate Arlen Specter of Mort -- -- health care rally in Philadelphia.
President Obama gives a shout out to two Democrats fighting for the same job.
Somebody rendered outstanding service to our nation before -- -- in congress don't suspect him.
It's just that claims the Obama administration tried to entice him to leave the race with an offer of -- high level government job.
If so that could be a federal crime.
-- -- seemed less than eager to talk to me about it.
Last attempt you don't want to talk about the specifics.
And you think the issue should go way the White House should not be asked about anymore I didn't say that what -- said is for just testing.
I answer the question honestly for anybody else to what you want say what you want now -- Specter saying you need to back up that claim.
Who ran this nation and -- who.
With his terrible -- from George Bush I'm not taking any advice from -- and Specter.
When I asked -- Specter about the claim he counterattacked.
I think he's trying to shift attention away from.
The fact that he hasn't paid the minimum wage to his campaign workers actually very serious matter that calls for jail sentence that's -- pretty pointed -- for for -- in the primary and then it's and how to.
It's not a pointed -- It is a fact.
After the speech Specter -- sense that by eighteen points flies back to Washington on Air Force One.
-- stack scrambles across town for a campaign event thanks.
-- -- -- at first I just left the president here -- case went over.
The united network commercial workers source that's for him.
-- -- -- -- Since for January.
We have done 216.
To -- a lot of times and I think that's -- -- Tyler gets them all so.
It's kind of like a little.
Office in here folks down here they're -- back here we'll do about.
And nine events today.
Thank you everybody for being here and I appreciate it we're going to work very hard between now November's sentenced in nine states that.
Thank you for this endorsement today.
This -- Thanks for helping us out tonight to see you good to see it thanks.
Your comment actually come along very well one honey is -- -- -- blood.
I can do everything now I definitely -- -- Africa.
Meanwhile Republican Pat Toomey.
Is behind the controls of his plane went down here hunting for red votes do you realize.
What makes me in this increasingly blue stayed.
Kind of runs again and as far as.
Ideologically and geographically.
Most important thing is.
To have a message and to believe in something that is shared across that geography across that ideology.
In 2004 Toomey lost a very tight race against Specter in the GOP primary if one -- had gone the other way in each precinct in Pennsylvania -- won that election.
So elated that I get to vote for you without any.
Released this thirty days you're Karen well thank you very much to me became the prohibitive favorite for the GOP nod.
Hospital and I think I think it's terrific.
When Specter left the party last April.
This is -- to disagree.
The momentum is all on our side.
I'm very confident we're gonna win this race.
The day began at 10 AM in Allentown with a 45 minute flight to Franklin County.
-- Toomey left us for a private fund raising event.
He's back in about two hours quickly -- a press release well me is that this.
Then gets back behind the controls.
That is excellent between your Jewish -- my Catholic prayer and I'd say -- got a pretty good chance of surviving the Boston.
Or maybe not a panel on the fuselage flies open.
A scary moment and there any on mama yeah.
And I'm out there forcing Toomey to make an emergency landing and -- -- unfazed -- improvise a fixed.
And is back in the air -- But he -- Pittsburgh behind schedule forcing him to cancel his first event there he takes a meeting.
Followed by a quick but.
This is very seriously.
I don't see any golden merchants.
It's not glamorous of my goodness are you kidding do you know how many.
The fast food meals I wolf down in the in the backseat of the car in between events you don't think that's glamorous I.
French Fries fallen over -- laughter -- on your way to get a little -- -- you don't think that's glamorous -- Thirteen hours after he first took golf -- is back home mr.
Toomey has not far Iraq mr.
Toomey as far out.
March 12 fire dating in 2004.
Games in the Republican primary.
And I can be human care that your campaign learn something from that race we saw how.
Pennsylvania primary electorate.
-- is and Specter concedes he jumped to the Democrats explicitly to duck the judgment.
Of those Republican voters -- chief of staff tells -- were able to help you.
Well we're working on his party switch remains an issue he has to address at nearly every stopped today.
I feel very comfortable -- my room -- them as a Democrat.
Over the years my votes have been independent vote.
Sometimes -- instructors seem to lose track of what parties now we -- That's all students from Iraq from -- -- April 6.
Penn state university I'm proud to have been endorsed by the college Republicans did he -- college Republicans you're starting today -- that's not a sense.
-- -- Boston College Democrats.
Republicans -- for forty years I think that'll.
Understand the -- Democrats in the forties Specter who once led the more liberal -- -- by 21 points.
Is now only ahead by eleven.
-- just came out.
From Washington DC got in and now 113012.
The next morning started the first event at 730.
Drove from this area southwest awfully eerie about seven hour drive -- cents.
There left there got back here for -- of three hours later for an 8 o'clock and and continued and got in last night at 2:30 AM and this morning we were out and I think for me was -- -- -- -- a 100000 miles and about two and a half years -- this.
And we do a lot of traveling.
It seems to be working says stack who has done more than 400 events in three months keeps closing in by the day.
While the punches what they want to see is someone out there who's actually willing.
To say principle matters more than my job and counter punches when he's got the worst attendance recruited anybody.
In the Pennsylvania delegation that he.
Ought not to be asking for a promotion will be subject to court martial.
Really start to -- you pick your record working for -- period -- -- fell you know.
That's silly he wants to talk about prison -- Latin.
As you will see a little later the Pennsylvania senate race will get nasty -- But next Nevada is Harry Reid the top senate Democrat.
On the ropes.
-- Democrats really lose control of the senate.
Republicans would have to defeat ten of eighteen Democrats up for reelection while holding all of their own seats.
It's not impossible but it would be like drawing an inside straight.
That's why Carl Cameron went to Nevada.
Senate majority leader Harry Reid of former boxer.
Fought hard for president Obama's agenda.
His opponents say that after 27 years in Washington.
Reeds turned his back on the folks back home.
Isn't there may -- one well.
Yeah as we.
The front runner in a crowded field of Republican candidates vying to run against Harry Reid is businesswoman and former state senator -- -- At all.
We caught up whether at a fund raiser at a shooting -- outside of Las Vegas -- Well we distinction Loudon is really the perfect.
Please send to Washington nice track who want jobs and that's what you will do when she gets back to Washington and make sure that things it shook up.
-- Harry Reid in that department.
So out of touch we have on the second highest unemployment rate first and foreclosure.
By the different philosophy and our current -- majority later.
I would cut spending and I would cut taxes are we appreciate your contribution to my camped out here.
So loud whose closest Republican competitor is Danny Tarkanian he's come and then you know -- I -- Son of legendary former UNLV basketball coach Jerry Tarkanian.
We met with father and son.
As they watch their old team the running rebels in a sports book on the strip.
Talk about that.
A very well known figure -- -- is the only reason that you actually in the race.
The argument can be made the only reason Robinson the race is because her husband has millions of dollars.
You know you -- think -- -- -- -- -- But that's not the issue.
The issue in this race issues for bailouts she's worked -- higher tax and interest for failed establishment policies that I've -- our country for decades you're listening to it at Arcadia is sue -- the most people think that the is health care bill is gonna hurt that much of sue -- what do you do to try to help.
Change this process which was shot down the throats of Americans repeal and replace will be my slogan and not only do we have to repeal -- we have to come -- -- -- better solution and things got tense when the subject turned to Tarkanian robo calls one of those calls late I was referring to her as a socialist I don't believe that's accurate he did Communists.
Socialism it's unbelievable to me.
-- -- -- seven Loudon and Tarkanian take their message to searchlight Nevada.
Harry Reid's -- -- And a Tea Party rally.
Took just two hours to get there.
And we came to a stop I got out of the RV and started campaigning.
I tell my people love it.
Thank you very much yeah.
-- -- -- -- -- These people want to get back to the sound constitutional principles and strong.
-- Every one had a good spirit about them excited of course to seek governor Sarah.
Palin and -- Big government big dat.
-- pop -- you re spending spree.
Well I don't mean that it is serious staying with the leaders like therapy.
Why do you appeal to -- find the belief of the Tea Party movement isn't personal responsibility.
And and then -- sacred belief in individual liberties and these are things I believe strong.
Expressed her being here how would you -- policy ambitions aligned with Tea Party well I believe and less government.
-- and I also agree that it's okay to get up and say.
We've had enough.
Harry Reid god you evil mongers and you know what I thought yeah.
A little more than a week later the legendary early sharp elbowed Harry Reid would return to search light and take a swipe at the Tea Party years and their favorite former candidate Sarah -- -- -- -- -- -- The people who you're really concerned.
I don't want you.
-- A top read advisor Wetzel Forrester -- Reid would quote vaporized his Republican opponent.
Are you prepared for -- onslaught that goes along with us.
I know it's going to be grueling.
And I take -- deep breath every day and it can only put one foot in front of the other -- And continue with that day are you prepared to fight back in time absolutely.
I look forward to it.
It -- April 15 both candidates got a shock from a completely different direction when the very Tea Party group courted by Loudon and Tarkanian in searchlight.
Arrives in Washington.
And announces it's putting its chips not on either front runner put on a lesser known former legislator from Reno.
Their reasons that they -- to me is because of that battle tested proven conservative record that you can trust citizens have rights.
Sometimes they have I what they're looking for is the real thing.
While angle Loudon -- Tarkanian -- Tea Party voters for the June 8 primary.
All three now beat -- handily in head to head polling.
And if as expected the Tea Party movement lines up behind the GOP nominee whoever it is -- -- really revealed until November.
Up next the battle for the house Democrats now have 254.
Seats Republicans 177.
In Minnesota three women are vying for one of.
We told you about the US and while the House of Representatives is just as important.
Right now Democrats have 254.
House seats the Republicans 177.
To take control the GOP would have to capture 41 seats that's assuming they can hold on every one of their own.
The Democrats are not just playing defense.
One GOP seat they have targeted is held by a rising conservative star.
In -- state that often leans left.
Michelle Bachmann of Minnesota.
Steve Brown reports.
-- congress you know I came -- is a very normal person clearly going into thinking that.
Members of congress were kind of boozing skirt chasing slackers are we going down right that's what I psychiatrist -- will be able -- chemicals or.
-- -- There's not enough hours in the day just to do the job I am running for reelection -- the main thing now is just doing my job it's one day before the final house vote on Health Care Reform.
Time running down before she's -- on the house floor for several votes.
-- is trying to squeeze in an appearance at a Tea Party killed the bill rally on Capitol Hill.
Okay let's get -- in there.
I gotta get it about and I went with me.
Bachmann did make it inside in time but she has missed votes this year -- -- Hanging in my voting -- the Minnesota Democratic Party known as the DFL says -- -- missed 115.
Votes since January of 09.
115 missed votes out of 11100 about twice the average for house member.
Bachmann says most of those missed votes were for personal reasons at the same time -- become one of most visible conservatives in congress giving countless media interviews.
And speeches and that's made her a prime target of the Democrats this election season.
This was the DFL endorsement -- that.
And -- state senator -- And position Maureen -- Read his big chance.
As a doctor is an outsider.
I've met Gerald.
Several times in the last couple of years person in.
My flying -- yeah.
The delegates voting at the convention will decide the endorsement all of it with -- one goal in mind Iraq.
-- Yeah and she will end.
And Republicans yeah.
Yeah one week yeah well -- Am.
He normally my folks.
Which candidate is typically pressure to drop out of the race but Reid will fight on Clark who face re began in August -- Effective.
At stake is have a lot of challenges and needs some in congress like yeah we don't have that right now.
Either I'm -- -- -- I think you know on her birthday Michelle -- arrives at state Republican Party headquarters ready to work.
-- -- Work hard -- -- Ran ran ran ran right.
You know and -- we don't actually have much information about the hacking it's one day before the rally with former Alaska governor Sarah -- -- are doing radio now yes.
-- on the day's agenda a series of national radio interviews.
-- our digital certificates that Janet leopard we are just really like it that the joint is jumping in Minneapolis and is gonna be it political event of the year no kidding.
Later a staff meeting to review last minute details for tomorrow.
This is the overview.
And how much else I hate -- Hannah thirteen and thirteen hundred yep most of its standing.
OK -- a very -- period in the green room.
Just look at different.
Then do what we both come on together and -- -- -- -- -- -- -- with you stand behind you understood and we don't -- humans and governor you won't be escorted out to head over to the hotel for the reception.
Think you should do it.
The next day -- -- likely democratic opponent.
State senator Gerald Clarke is in Stillwater Minnesota greeting voters in the district.
And I are running for congress -- -- Carrier Clark continues to talk about focusing on the district the people in the district in claims Bachmann isn't.
-- -- -- -- from around the country but that's not solve solutions that his office -- They got into it.
I had yeah.
Back in Minneapolis apparently yeah.
Bachmann is getting ready to speak to a crowd of 101000.
And when we opened the doors and well here.
-- the okay.
For Bachmann campaign manager it's the most challenging day of the campaign so far all the jobs that might have been available to you why this.
He's being hard to pass up the apple T.
Yeah he's been here.
Saying -- very -- candidate who has a lot of minutes.
-- -- -- The winning thing is pretty competitive and everybody is -- -- regulate anything.
Minutes before they're introduced Bachmann and Palin have a few minutes to chat backstage Michelle -- -- Probably aren't so great.
You aren't -- exit and.
And is shaping up to be the year that conservative women together.
It exceeded my expectations.
By -- geometric acting it was all wonder how many spinning -- up on stage -- -- listening to the governor should be.
I just I was amazed that she means you're doing this work just so proud and proud of the audience I was so proud of optimism.
And out there -- think in theory Liberal Democrats stay it's in its huge -- it conservative -- -- -- Well what's going at him better.
Good saver for a long time but there -- many days ahead in the campaign many votes to collect.
-- block -- to win reelection.
Coming up Colorado hosted president Obama's -- convention in 2008.
But will this -- be True Blue in 2010.
After the break.
This year is demonstrating incumbency has both advantages.
Colorado senate races a case study.
-- -- you Kanye has the inside story.
When President Obama chose former Colorado senator Ken Salazar for his cabinet and 2009.
It felt -- State's democratic governor choose his replacement.
One of Colorado's most competent.
-- accomplished leaders Michael Bennett.
The choice baffled nearly every one.
Bennet the superintendent of Denver Public Schools had no legislative experience and had never run for elected office.
Thank you for.
How our political establishment was completely taken aback -- work.
Although long term Democrats who had been elected to office felt that that they would have been good senators and hundred race.
But by the time campaign 2010 rolled around that bad blood seemed to be -- gated by the six million dollar war chest that Bennett had a -- And the full backing of the National Democratic Party.
And president Barack Obama.
I'm thrilled to be here and support of -- leader.
His administration was rumored to be trying to help -- it behind the scenes as well.
When former state.
Senate majority leader Andrew Romanoff launched a bid to unseat his fellow Democrat senator Bennett.
They didn't post reported the Obama administration trying to entice Romanoff to drop out by offering him a position in Washington.
If so it didn't work.
Last time I checked the constitution.
It's the voters of the state who get to elect a senator this decision should be made by the people of -- -- -- -- -- Romanoff is painting -- after little more than a year on the job as a consummate Washington insider.
-- in Roma and it's and -- here.
I am the only candidate in this race who is turning down the corporate cash that threatens to drown our democracy I don't think it does there's a lot of good to be fighting -- Democrats who we should be doing.
Is getting ready to take on the Republicans.
On the Republican side former lieutenant governor Jane Norton is the front runner she has the backing of the party establishment nice to us we and -- two million dollar war -- -- grown and I.
-- it to be a part of the solution and not just complain about.
What I'm -- house a hard move to the left in our country.
But her closest opponent Ken Buck gained traction by painting Norton as a political insider.
She received all the establishment endorsements.
She receives more than 40% of her funds from lobbyists in an out of state interest.
-- voters are notoriously independent.
In presidential elections they went for Bill Clinton in 1992.
Dole in 96 and George W.
Bush twice before swinging back and -- the state to Barack Obama in 2008.
And on March 16 that independent spirit was on full display.
And it delegates and candidates from both parties face their first real test in something called precinct caucuses -- 83.
-- enough delegates.
-- lives in order to be eligible for the August 10 primary a candidate needs 30% support senator Bennett captures 41%.
We -- very competitive and and I think we surprised ourselves a lot of people wrong -- Biggest surprise comes from his opponent so -- Specter.
In the caucus.
Romanoff perhaps 50% this is one small step for main street one giant kick him you know where for Wall Street.
On the Republican side another apps act as they -- the left.
Ken Buck takes 38%.
Topping Jane Norton -- -- 7%.
I think there was a strong grassroots reaction.
To a top down decision on who -- -- -- and -- senator will be.
Buck's victory earns him the endorsement of South Carolina senator gives diminished who chairs this senate conservatives -- Seems close to tying up the support of Colorado's Tea Party activists.
Both the federal government has come again we're not -- -- -- -- But Bennett and Norton are not accepting -- Try to gather enough signatures to get on the ballot for the August 10 primary -- -- sure.
But the new Republican front runner Ken Buck insist this won't be the year for incumbents or establishment candidates in Colorado.
Let's say we come out of the August primaries.
And it's one grassroots campaign vs another what kind of battle will that look like to Colorado voters.
It will be a great battle and I'll tell you why Colorado voters will get what they want and whoever wins that in November I think we'll really have -- -- mandate to go back Washington DC and get some things done.
Coming up a moderate Democrats some red meat Republicans.
And a million dollars from move on dot -- Sometimes his eyes get really -- links on.
All politics is local.
That's how the saying goes and senator Blanche Lincoln a moderate Democrats hopes Arkansas primary voters agree when they vote this Tuesday.
Because Lincoln faces -- a -- of challenges from left to right who think they can knock her off if they broaden the issues.
Gemma and Graeme went inside the campaign.
And found out there.
Make no mistake about it this is a national rice has been made an actual -- and I'm getting hit from both sides.
I think -- like.
-- I spent six years of my life.
Working on balancing the federal budget unfortunately.
In the time that senator like this thing we've.
We've seen that -- I think you're challenging the Republican candidate John Lewis she shouldn't have to focus and yourself from the record.
-- -- My first round.
It's time to take everybody out.
You start out.
This year's going to be a very difficult campaign year.
It always is when you run mid term of the new administration reach out mainly members negligent -- and -- plan to go to the polls they think.
But -- -- -- candidate senator links link it is running for a third term.
But by the end of march -- chances for reelection are not looking good a lot of the national -- -- does -- -- to nationalize this scheme.
Her vote in favor of Obama's health -- meter unpopular with conservative are key incidents.
And -- resistance to pro union carjacked made many liberals unhappy.
They wanted to nationalize this campaign because that I wanna tell us who we -- They wanna tell us what they think is most important for Arkansas.
I don't know that -- you think and I.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Commented the Republican will be in the fall if I don't -- out there and they're still just beaten up on me they'll have to beat up on each other pretty soon.
I'm supporting John -- -- you know vote for us John Bolton.
One -- -- GOP opponents is congressman John Bozeman we kind of coming back from Washington DC where unlike Lincoln he was fighting against health care.
He forgot my socks and I -- forget I'm illustrate your.
-- minimal conflict so that she held its offer -- bodes well.
Bozeman has been beating -- in the polls almost from the time he announced his candidacy in February 2010.
-- -- get behind Bozeman but still ahead of Lincoln is another Republican.
State senator Gilbert baker.
Arkansas has a shot.
-- -- -- But Stewart got -- -- -- -- back.
If you Portuguese character -- it's more votes -- -- -- To really win the race candidate baker and his staff must work -- a hectic pace of too many hours a day seven days a week.
-- it's your record call -- Gilbert how you do it and Sheffield it's your call and he's now under enormous pressure to raise money for the first quarter of his campaign.
You are the -- -- thirty people and grace in the economy especially in this area so.
Hertz is as far as being out here he'll make calls and he -- it.
And in three days a week three hours each day -- offer some words and I -- minding your rock -- Eight.
I give -- -- links.
Not a -- yeah.
The incumbent Blanche Lincoln thought her biggest challenge was coming from the right.
But in March democratic lieutenant governor bill halter jumped in from the left and turn the primary -- -- -- real race against.
-- -- -- Just two days into his campaign bill liberal group moveon.org along with other groups from the left.
Endorsed lieutenant governor halter and raised more than a million dollars for him.
He also continues to get support from national unions like the AFL CIL.
When you're fighting -- half.
Of working men and women.
It's pretty powerful force yeah yeah it.
All of this backing makes halter a big threat to incumbent senator Lincoln.
-- it is going ever -- first connection to a drug company like.
-- I think this reflects a desperation think that it's important for people to know.
holder's record he has.
Agriculture is 25%.
Of arkansas' economy and the farming industry is where incumbent senator Lincoln is expected to get a lot of for votes a farmer's daughter she is also chairman of the US senate committee on agriculture nutrition and forestry.
Lincoln along with the other candidates attended a forum to -- political ideas and hopes of winning farmers votes I got.
-- -- TARP bailout.
Has been a failure.
Health care deal is a big deal guys.
We lost the the battle but I don't think we've lost the war where the reasons I couldn't support the cap and trade.
Legislation because it did pick winners and losers Washington.
Is too often not on the side of rural Arkansas you see it.
With the United States and it going on vacation.
Just this past week without extending the unemployment benefits I don't -- -- medication that.
Think we're all here working hard working -- till next Tuesday may eighteenth win the primary outcome will determine who gets one step closer to winning the senate seats.
We're gonna win this election -- Coming up thirty years senator Arlen Specter switched from Republican to Democrat to save his -- What is Pennsylvania cooking up a huge primary upset on Tuesday.
President Obama throw his support behind former Republican Arlen Specter in Pennsylvania's democratic -- Will Specter's thirty year senate career and any way on Tuesday.
We talked about -- the microphone and everything you want needles and low April 11 and they'll have the yellow sign for thirty seconds and then in the red -- for stuff.
Democratic congressman -- -- stack is just hours from an unusual debate.
-- -- -- -- -- -- Respectful and it's not with his primary opponent incumbent senator Arlen Specter I invited Pat Toomey to defeat me.
But instead with the Republican senate front runner Pat Toomey I disagree with virtually all of those ideas the -- -- both candidates make this same point.
They say that Specter switched parties to avoid a Republican primary challenge from -- he ran from Pat Toomey and now we -- me.
And is now hiding from Democrats -- -- -- I think it's unconscionable and Arlen Specter won't come out here.
And defend whatever it is that he believes at the moment -- -- is still more than ten points behind Specter in the polls.
To me as comfortably ahead of his closest Republican challenger.
-- looks sick.
April 20 the Republican -- debate in Harrisburg.
Are you -- It's going to little OK you got to let -- say anything stupid here today.
If you're voting record says one thing are you not proud of your voting record are you walking away from your voting record looks sick takes her shot well I I think -- been -- and and most people have recognize the clarity.
To -- emerges unscathed.
Meanwhile Specter gets his shots and against sensed that a former admiral.
Be -- TV yet.
-- -- Relieved of duty in the need for creating the food coming in -- a tough attack with a high risk of that virus.
Airports to touches down near Scranton where vice president Joseph Biden endorses percent of America is coming back.
And will be no small part because part.
But outside veterans accused Specter of swift boating -- that also I wanted an apology back.
We're -- Or that's all I won't attack on the honor of the veteran is a -- -- every event April 28.
And you do it for the purposes of one's political advantage discredits.
Our great democracy.
He says that -- Specter with his own counterattack.
Senator Specter's decided to bases campaign and baseless attacks might care.
But -- understandable.
Someone -- he got -- right that is a big Republican record democratic primary by may two poll shows Specter's lead has evaporated.
To within the margin of error.
He finally takes the stage to debate -- -- that.
Welcome to this -- one and only senate democratic debate for the year -- can Specter comes out firing.
I want an apology from congressman just aren't plugged -- in public service for.
43 years nobody has ever called -- -- water.
A debate filled with animosity.
That has been brewing over the long election cycle career politicians will do anything.
Who would have to keep their job.
The switch the party can be a Republican.
Because they cannot beat the Republican opponent.
The next day after a polls taken.
They become a Democrat may eleventh with the primary just a week away senator Specter once again confuses Democrats and Republicans.
And underlines -- issue that has shaped this race from the beginning.
And maybe it's.
Believe we needed more and beat her car.
Yeah it's not a usual for anybody to.
Misspeak from time to time I'm not a television commentator on the hottest movies you've got.
2010 could be -- most important election in a generation.
For Democrats losing -- are both houses.
Means they will no longer be able to an -- on their own the fundamental changes President Obama still wants for America.
A big win for Republicans on the other hand would give them more power to negotiate with the president.
Lock him altogether.
Or even tried to roll back some of the changes he's already made.
But as we're reminded tonight the voters hold the ultimate -- Stick with Fox News to see how they exercise.
I'm Brett -- thanks for watching.
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