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Florida campaigns run attack ads during Hurricane Michael

CBS News Thursday, 11 October 2018
Florida campaigns run attack ads during Hurricane MichaelIn a break with political tradition, Florida campaigns ran attack ads against senate and gubernatorial candidates as Hurricane Michael battered the state. Politico Florida reporter Marc Caputo joined CBSN for more on the ads and the midterm races.
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In a break with political tradition, Florida campaigns ran attack ads against senate and gubernatorial candidates as Hurricane Michael battered the state. Politico Florida reporter Marc Caputo joined CBSN for more on the ads and the midterm races.

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