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Campaign 2012 / Michigan / Romney vs. Santorum #1015913

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Feb 26, 2012
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(Studio: Lester Holt) Report introduced.

(Detroit: Ron Mott) The heated political campaign in Michigan between Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum featured; scenes shown of both presidential candidate at the Daytona 500; details given about Romney's problems with blue-collar voters and two Republicans who may be asked to get in the race {governors Christ Christie and Mitch Daniels} mentioned. [SANTORUM - criticizes President Obama and Romney.] [On "This Week," SANTORUM - opposes separation of church and state in America.] [On Fox, ROMNEY - defends his success.]

(Studio: Lester Holt; Washington: Chuck Todd) The talk about others getting into the race if Romney loses in Michigan even though he has inched ahead in the state, the political issue of the anti-American violence in Afghanistan and what Newt Gingrich said about withdrawing from Afghanistan discussed.

Holt, Lester;
Mott, Ron;
Todd, Chuck

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