People in Politics - 6/18/2010 PDF Print E-mail
People In Politics
Friday, 18 June 2010 14:24


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What was 2nd District Congressman Bob Etheridge thinking when he took hold of a young man with a camera who tried to engage him on a Washington DC sidewalk? Democratic strategist Perry Woods and Republican strategist Ballard Everett join host Donna Martinez to discuss the political fallout of the Etheridge confrontation, which was caught on tape and spread rapidly on the Internet. Is Etheridge's apology enough to mitigate the impact on his race against Republican Renee Ellmers -- a race that is now garnering national attention and fundraising?

Woods and Everett also assess Tuesday's primary runoff races for the U.S. Senate (Marshall vs. Cunningham), the 8th Congressional District (Tim D'Annunzio vs. Harold Johnson) and the 13th Congressional District (Randall vs. Reeves).

Then Martinez revisits excerpts of her interviews with Marshall, Johnson, Randall, and Reeves as the June 22nd election approaches and all the candidates make a final push for votes.

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