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Campaign 2012 / South Carolina / Conservatives #1011966

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Jan 14, 2012
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(Studio: Maurice DuBois) Report introduced.

(Charleston, South Carolina: Bill Whitaker) The support for struggling Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum from evangelicals featured; scenes shown from the campaign trail in South Carolina; details given about the conservatives and former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich and Mitt Romney. [SANTORUM - comments.] [Family Research Council president Tony PERKINS†- says we need to come together.] [VOTER, Southern Baptist Convention president Brad ATKINS - says Mormonism is a sect or a different faith.] [ROMNEY - says he believes Jesus is his savior.] [Another VOTER - downplays religion.]

(Studio: Maurice DuBois; Washington: John Dickerson) The question of the limits of the impact of the conservative support for Santorum and Romney in the state discussed.

Reporter(s):
DuBois, Maurice;
Whitaker, Bill;
Dickerson, John
Duration:
00:04:30

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