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Romney and Reid: Could They Get Along?
Romney and Reid: Could They Get Along?

AIR DATE: October 23, 2012

If you're tired of all the political ads and all the mud, it might be time to think about what Washington will look like next year. Could a President Romney work with one of his most trenchant critics, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid? Will he need to? We look at the value of poll numbers and whether any races are likely to change in the upcoming weeks.
Karoun Demirjian, Washington correspondent, Las Vegas Sun


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