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Signs point to most negative campaign season ever, says VU political scientist

dc.contributor.authorOwens, Ann Marie Deer
dc.contributor.authorGeer, John Gray
dc.identifier.citationVanderbilt University podcast episode.en
dc.descriptionIncludes descriptive metadata provided by producer in MP3 file: "Amid polls showing a tightening race between Bob Corker and Harold Ford Jr. for Tennessee's open Senate seat, Professor of Political Science John Geer says there are several reasons why this could be a bruising campaign in Tennessee and elsewhere across the nation. Listen to Ann Marie Deer Owens' interview with Geer." Geer discussed political views of both Corker and Ford and the possibility of a tightening and vicious race between the two for the US Senate seat.en
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dc.publisherVanderbilt News Serviceen
dc.subjectCorker, Boben
dc.subjectFord, Harold, Jr.en
dc.subject2006 Tennessee Senate Campaignen
dc.subject.lcshVanderbilt Universityen
dc.subject.lcshGeer, John Grayen
dc.subject.lcshElections -- United Statesen
dc.subject.lcshPolitical campaigns -- United States -- Historyen
dc.subject.lcshUnited States -- Politics and government--2001-en
dc.subject.lcshTennessee -- Politics and government -- 1951-en
dc.titleSigns point to most negative campaign season ever, says VU political scientisten
dc.typeRecording, oralen

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