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Campaign 2012 / New Hampshire / Debate #1011319

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Jan 07, 2012
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(Manchester: David Muir) Tonight's debate in New Hampshire between the Republican presidential candidates led by Mitt Romney previewed.

(Manchester: Jake Tapper) Romney's campaign and the conservative opposition to him featured; scenes shown from Manchester and other cities. [ROMNEY - campaigns.] [Rick SANTORUM, former Speaker of the House Newt GINGRICH - campaign against Romney.] [Jon HUNTSMAN - campaigns.]

(Manchester: David Muir) Report introduced.

(Manchester: Jonathan Karl) The importance of the primary debate here for Romney, Santorum, Gingrich, Representative Ron Paul, Texas Governor Rick Perry and Huntsman examined. [In interview, GINGRICH - campaigns against Romney.] The Gingrich strategy in tonight's debate discussed.

(Manchester: David Muir) The standings of the presidential candidate in the WMUR-TV and the "Time"/CNN polls outlined on screen.

(Manchester: David Muir) The view of the voters in New Hampshire and South Carolina featured; scenes shown from a restaurant where everyone mentioned the economy and jobs as the most important issue. [In South Carolina, two VOTERS - emphasize jobs.]

(Manchester: David Muir) Tonight's ABC debate and tomorrow's "This Week" previewed.

Muir, David;
Tapper, Jake;
Karl, Jonathan

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