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November 1st, 2010
11:04 AM ET

Rep. Van Hollen: Voters will prove pollsters, pundits wrong

Midterm elections just hours away.

A new Gallup polls shows a grim outlook for Democrats, with 55 percent of likely voters saying they’ll go Republican.

So, what's the Democrats last push for votes?

Today on American Morning, Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee Chairman Rep. Chris Van Hollen, D, Maryland, shares his reaction to the recent polls with Kiran Chetry.

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  1. Joe

    This guy is doing the very same thing that he accuses the media of doing and that is to try to convince the people how to vote. He says that the people are taking a good hard look at the Republican options and finding that they are way too far right. Where is his proof?? This iis exactly the same thing that he accuses the media of doing. We the People can just not trust anyone to give us honest facts. BTW, awesome skirt, Kiran!

    November 2, 2010 at 9:32 am |
  2. Lori

    Obama couldn't fix everything that took the republicans 8 years to screw up so now the democrats will be voted out but it's about time that the republicans got some skin in the game! The republicans have had the luxury of being able to sit back and point fingers and say how badly the country is being run. Well it looks like they will probably be the majority in Congress so now it will also be their problem when nothing seems to be getting better, they won't be able to hold up progress anymore like a spoiled child having a temper tantrum. We shall see in 2 years if they are the knights in shining armor they are claiming to be. And the nutty tea party candidates, looks like most of those fruitcakes will also be elected , all I can say about that is it is just downright scary. The tea party candidates all need psych exams, how can people be confident that these nut jobs can be trusted to legislate??? I'm sad that politics has come to this, I used to just disagree with republicans now I think they are mental.

    November 1, 2010 at 12:03 pm |