November 1st, 2010
09:29 PM ET

Evening Buzz: Race-Baiting Robocall?!

Maureen Miller
AC360° Writer

Tonight on 360°, allegations of race-baiting ahead of Tuesday's elections. We're keeping them honest.

In a recorded call to voters, Democratic Alabama State Senator Hank Sanders warns that a vote for Republicans in the governor and lieutenant governor race would mean returning blacks to "the cotton fields of Jim Crow."

Sanders is an African-American. Hear what he told Anderson about his controversial message.

Plus, a preview of some of the biggest matchups tomorrow across the country. Republicans need 39 seats to take control of the House, and 10 seats in the Senate. Our political panel weighs in on the races to watch.

Plus, see what has Sarah Palin all fired up. It prompted her to say, "I'll just ignore this crap."

Join us for these stories and much more at 10 p.m. ET on CNN. See you then.

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soundoff (52 Responses)
  1. Henderson

    It seems as though your panel is a little bit off target as to what actually is going on here in Alabama. Who would run for an office without any true commitment to better the United States other than Martha Roby? The majority of her campaign is to stop President Obama and Nancy Peloci. This is a republican mess that is left over by the Republican Party during the eight years of George Bush. Senator Sanders should have made it clear that for someone to stop people from receiving health care is like the Jim Crow days when blacks in the south actually had no health care. That is not hard to understand. The question is why any heart would not want a human being to receive health care; however, you want health care for your dogs and cats. You can't get a decent education unless you attend a private school or why are all of the private schools filled? You can't generate money for better schools because of the fear that some black or minority child will receive the same education that your child receives. This is no different than a separate but equal Jim Crow rule.

    November 2, 2010 at 9:26 am |
  2. leroy

    The world is watching and thinking the same thing about the treatment of obama and is policies at least with a republican sweep they can truly see America for what it is

    November 2, 2010 at 8:54 am |
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