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Decision 2012 / South Carolina #1015987

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Jan 19, 2012
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(South Carolina: Tom Brokaw) What matters to South Carolina voters and political leaders and who is best to lead the country featured; campaign ads shown; details given about the evangelical presence and the unemployment rate and how Newt Gingrich must divide the anti-Mitt Romney vote with Rick Santorum and Ron Paul. [Senator Lindsey GRAHAM††- says we’re going to vote on who’s most conservative that can win.] [Governor Nikki HALEY††- cites the issues: jobs, spending and the economy.] [Conservative voter Lisa VAN RIPER††- comments on Romney’s pro-life position.] [Spartanburg Tea Party Karen MARTIN†- expresses concern about Romney.] [Voter Brian FRANK‡- supports Paul.]

Williams, Brian;
Brokaw, Tom

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