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Campaign 2012 / Iowa Caucuses / A Discussion #1010963

CNN Evening News for Monday, Jan 02, 2012
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(Des Moines: Anderson Cooper) Tomorrow's Republican caucuses in Iowa previewed; "Des Moines Register" and ARG polls ranking the six presidential candidates outlined on screen; details given about the six candidates. [Iowa Governor Terry BRANSTAD - offers views on the race.] [Mitt ROMNEY, Representative Ron PAUL, Rick SANTORUM, former Speaker of the House Newt GINGRICH - campaign.]

(Washington: John King) A breakdown of the Iowa caucuses in 2008 and the prospects for 2012 presented; graphics shown.

(Des Moines: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion in Des Moines held with CNN's Mary Matalin, Donna Brazile and Erick Erickson about Iowa. [ERICKSON, MATALIN, BRAZILE - offer views on the Santorum surge, the different approaches to the campaign, how the Obama group is watching Iowa, the changes in the system in Iowa, how Republicans like order.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
King, John
Duration:
00:13:20

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