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Campaign 2012 / Michigan / Romney vs. Santorum #1015866

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 29, 2012
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The outcome of the Michigan race between Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum reviewed.

(Studio: John King) The current standings in the political race before 10 states on Super Tuesday reviewed; graphics shown with predictions about the state races and delegates counts.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Mary Matalin, Erick Erickson and James Carville about campaign 2012. [CARVILLE - says the race is Romney versus 1144 {the delegate count}.] [MATALIN - outlines the political issues and the irrelevancy of the state process because it will come down to the swing states.] [ERICKSON - suggests the race is starting to hurt the Republicans in the general election because of the burn rate of Romney's money; notes the importance of summer gasoline prices on the race.]

Cooper, Anderson;
King, John

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