Who's on the Bandwagon? 

The fat lady may be tuning up, but she ain't sung yet. Who's lining up with Democratic congressional nominee Steve Cohen and who's not? Where's Harold Ford in all of this? How did Cohen do in black precincts? We hazard an answer to these questions in "Political Beat".

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