TV Ad Fuels Senate Battle in Tennessee NPR's senior correspondent Juan Williams joins the show from Memphis, Tenn., where he is reporting on the state's senate race. The Democratic nominee, Rep. Harold Ford Jr., is in a fierce battle with GOP candidate Bob Corker to fill the seat being vacated by retiring Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist.
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TV Ad Fuels Senate Battle in Tennessee

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TV Ad Fuels Senate Battle in Tennessee

TV Ad Fuels Senate Battle in Tennessee

TV Ad Fuels Senate Battle in Tennessee

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NPR's senior correspondent Juan Williams joins the show from Memphis, Tenn., where he is reporting on the state's senate race.

The Democratic nominee, Rep. Harold Ford Jr., is in a fierce battle with GOP candidate Bob Corker to fill the seat being vacated by retiring Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist.

Williams talks with Madeleine Brand about a recent ad targeting Ford that some are calling racist.