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2013 elections: What message are voters sending?
November 5th, 2013
06:29 PM ET

2013 elections: What message are voters sending?

The New Jersey gubernatorial race has 2016 implications. Is Chris Christie the Republicans best chance of broadening their base, or alienating it?

And what does it mean if friends of the Clintons win in New York and Virginia?

Democratic strategist Donna Brazile and Republican strategist John Brabender join Newt Gingrich and Van Jones for a 2013 election edition of Crossfire.

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  1. margaret e

    The numbers talk,people want obama care.we need Hilary, 2016, to carry the torch for a continum of affordable health care. Republicans seem to support unregulated healthcare as nonprofit hospitals actually seem to make more money off indigent care since not regulated by managed care as those insured.

    Please keep the issue of orcas in captivity in public miind,until seaworld is closed.

    November 6, 2013 at 7:08 pm | Reply
  2. Robert Nguyen

    What the American people wants is effective, civilized government. We want the government that serves the interests of the people.
    We clearly do not want obstructionists and self serving politicians to pretend serving us while taking money from special interests. We want fair play. And so far American politics is NOT fair. Do not force us to level the playing field by starting a new revolution. The American people certainly can, if they want to - as they are already armed to their teeth...

    November 6, 2013 at 9:20 am | Reply

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