Election 2008

GOP Leader Weighs In on Congressional Losses

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Congressional Republicans have lost three special elections this year in districts they would normally win. U.S. Rep. Tom Cole of Oklahoma is one of the Republicans leading the effort to have the party not lose any more seats this year.

Co-host Renee Montagne talks with Cole, chairman of the National Republican Congressional Committee.



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