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Decision 2012 / Florida #1016486

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Jan 31, 2012
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Today’s Florida primary noted.

(Tampa: Peter Alexander) Mitt Romney's campaign in Florida featured; details given about his negative ads aimed mostly at Newt Gingrich; scenes shown of him calling voters in Tampa, leading the crowd in singing “America the Beautiful”; anti-Gingrich ads shown. [ROMNEY – comments.] [VOTER – comments on the negative campaigning.] The campaigning by Ron Paul and Rick Santorum in Nevada and Colorado noted. [SANTORUM – says this race is wide open.]

(Orlando: Ron Mott) Gingrich’s campaign in Florida featured; scenes shown from Fred's Southern Kitchen in Plant City; his robocall about Romney defunding a Kosher meal program played. [GINGRICH – jokes about Romney dropping out.]

(Studio: Brian Williams, Tamron Hall, Chuck Todd; Washington: David Gregory) Florida exit poll findings, Romney’s campaign after Florida, the possibility of a third party and Gingrich’s plan to stay in the race discussed.

Williams, Brian;
Alexander, Peter;
Mott, Ron;
Tamron, Brian Williams,;
Gregory, David

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