PBS NewsHour

Outside Groups Outspending Campaigns in Senate Races

Clip: 11/01/2012 | 6m 44s

For the 2012 elections, Democrats and Republicans are focused on taking control of the Senate by winning a majority of seats. Jeffrey Brown talks to NPR's Tamara Keith, who breaks down the money -- millions of dollars -- being poured into competitive Senate races by political parties and, significantly, by outside groups.

Aired: 11/01/12

Rating: NR

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