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[Anchor:GEORGE]

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[ReadRate:15] THE REPUBLICAN PARTY IS PULLING OUT ALL THE STOPS TRYING TO GET SUZANNE HAIK TERRELL ELECTED TO THE U-S SENATE OVER MARY LANDRIEU. TODAY PRESIDENT GEORGE W. BUSH, WHO CARRIED LOUISIANA IN THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION TWO YEARS AGO, CAME BACK TO POLITICK FOR TERRELL IN SHREVEPORT AND NEW ORLEANS.

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WAFB'S SHAUNA SANFORD WAS IN NEW ORLEANS WHEN THE PRESIDENT

ARRIVED THIS AFTERNOON.

[CG :Shauna Sanford Standup or On Set\ ]

{SHAUNA} GEORGE, NOT ONLY DID PRESIDENT BUSH

CAMPAIGN FOR TERRELL TODAY BUT

HE ALSO HELPED HER RAISE BIG BUCKS FOR HER CAMPAIGN. AND WHILE THE REPUBLICANS ALREADY HAVE CONTROL OF CONGRESS, THIS IS A CAMPAIGN THE

PARTY REFUSES TO LOSE.

[TAKE PKG

OUTCUE: NEXT UNITED STATES SENATOR

DURATION:1:36]

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[CG at 0:00:Locator\BUSH BANNER]

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{***VO***} USING THE POWER OF THE PRESIDENCY TO BOLSTER HER CAMPAIGN,

REPUBLICAN SENATE CANDIDATE SUZANNE HAIK TERRELL AND PRESIDENT GEORGE W.

BUSH WORKED SIDE BY SIDE. CRISS-

CROSSING THE STATE TO RALLY SUPPORT,

THE DUO'S FIRST STOP WAS IN SHREVEPORT WHERE THEY GREETED HUNDREDS OF SUPPORTERS. FROM THERE BUSH AND TERRELL TEAM HEADED TO NEW ORLEANS. TRAVELING ALONG WITH THEM WERE A FEW OTHER HEAVY HITTING REPUBLICANS INCLUDING GOVERNOR MIKE FOSTER AND CONGRESSMAN BILLY TAUZIN. AFTER A SHORT DRIVE TO THE FAIRMONT HOTEL DOWNTOWN, BUSH TOLD THE CROWD WHY HE NEEDS THEM TO MAKE SURE TERRELL GOES TO WASHINGTON.

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INCUE: I need an ally

OUTCUE: it's the people's money

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TO: 5:13:42

DURATION:0:10]

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<I need an ally up here who understands..........It's the people's money>

BUSH CALLED TERRELL A WOMAN OF INTEGRITY, SOMEONE WHO HAS LOUISIANA VALUES

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INCUE: Afterall you might remember

OUTCUE: Susie Terrell did it

AT: 5:13:18

TO: 5:13:29

DURATION:0:11]

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"After all you might remember...........Susie Terrell did it."

REMINDING EVERYONE HOW IMPORTANT IT IS TO VOTE, BUSH SAYS IN THE LAND OF THE FREE EVERYONE HAS AN OBLIGATION TO

DEFEND FREEDOM. RIGHT NOW POLLS INDICATE THE RACE IS CLOSE AND TERRELL IS IN A DEAD HEAT FOR THE SENATE SEAT.

BUT THERE ARE SEVERAL VOTERS WHO HAVE NOT DECIDED WHO THEY WILL VOTE FOR. PRESIDENT BUSH SAYS NOT TO WORRY,

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INCUE: I got a suggestion

OUTCUE: the next United States Senator

AT: 5:12:11

TO: 5:12:22

DURATION:0:11]

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"I got a suggestion, for the good of Louisiana and the good of America ........the next United States

senator."

[Anchor:SHAUNA]

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[ReadRate:15] A COUPLE HUNDRED PEOPLE ATTENDED THE FUNDRAISER TODAY. THE COST WAS ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS PER PERSON, TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS FOR A PICTURE WITH THE PRESIDENT. IT WAS EXPECTED TO RAISE ONE MILLION DOLLARS FOR TERRELL'S CAMPAIGN. TERRELL'S CAMP SAYS SHE WILL BE VERY BUSY BETWEEN NOW AND SATURDAY WITH A TWO DAY BUS TOUR STARTING TOMORROW. AND LYNN CHENEY,

THE WIFE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT, WILL JOIN TERRELL IN NEW ORLEANS THIS THURSDAY.

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