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Campaign 2012 / Maine / A Discussion #1014545

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Feb 11, 2012
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(Studio: Elaine Quijano) Report introduced.

(Washington: Chip Reid) A win for Mitt Romney in the Maine caucuses with Representative Ron Paul a close second and the straw poll victory for Romney by key conservative group CPAC reviewed; scenes shown of the campaigning in Maine. [ROMNEY - campaigns against President Obama.] [ROMNEY - says he was a severely conservative governor.] [Two CPAC ATTENDEES - comment.] [At CPAC, former Alaska Governor Sarah PALIN - speaks against Obama.]

(Studio: Elaine Quijano; Chicago: Scott Conroy) How things look for Romney as the campaign goes forward and the position of President Obama's campaign on speaking at super PAC fundraisers discussed.

Quijano, Elaine;
Reid, Chip;
Conroy, Scott

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