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Campaign 2012 / Florida / Romney vs. Gingrich #1013386

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Jan 31, 2012
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(Miami: Scott Pelley) CBS News exit poll findings on the Florida primary outlined on screen. Reports introduced.

(Tampa: Jan Crawford) Mitt Romney's campaign after Florida featured; details given about the coming caucuses and the key Super Tuesday states. [ROMNEY - campaigns on the process: we have the organization to get the delegates.]

(Miami: Scott Pelley) Report introduced.

(Orlando: Dean Reynolds) Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich's campaign featured; scenes shown from Orlando; details given about his fund raising and the upcoming Super Tuesday. [GINGRICH - says the race will run six months.] [Gingrich campaign manager Bob WALKER - says it is a national race.]

(Miami: Scott Pelley) CBS News estimates of the Republican delegate count to date outlined on screen.

(Miami: Scott Pelley, Bob Schieffer) The reaction in Florida to the nasty negative ads from Romney and how it could cost the Republicans down the line discussed.

(Miami: Scott Pelley) CBS News coverage tonight of the primary results noted.

Pelley, Scott;
Crawford, Jan;
Reynolds, Dean;
Bob, Scott Pelley,

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