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Campaign 2012 / Republicans #1011183

CBS Evening News for Friday, Nov 11, 2011
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(Spartanburg, South Carolina: Scott Pelley) Tonight’s presidential debate noted; findings of a new CBS News poll on the Republican race cited.

(Spartanburg, South Carolina: Jan Crawford) The unsettled race between Mitt Romney, Herman Cain and Newt Gingrich reviewed; details given about Gingrich’s rise in the polls and the impact of sexual harassment allegations on Cain’s campaign; poll findings cited. [GINGRICH – says it’s a wide open race.] [ROMNEY – says his responsibility is to tell people why he should lead the country.] [Representative Trey GOWDY††- says the Tea Party is factoring in.]

(Spartanburg, South Carolina: Scott Pelley, John Dickerson) The unfavorable view of Cain as commander in chief and the impact of Gingrich’s rise on Cain’s and Romney’s campaigns discussed.

(Studio: Scott Pelley) Coverage of the debate announced.

Reporter(s):
Pelley, Scott;
Crawford, Jan;
John, Scott Pelley,
Duration:
00:04:40

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