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America Votes 2008 / Democrats #1025647

CNN Evening News for Sunday, May 11, 2008
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(Studio: Rick Sanchez) The political shift with the superdelegate totals for Senators Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton tied noted. Live interview held with Crystal Strait†, the superdelegate who tied up the totals by declaring her support for Obama. [STRAIT – says this election is crucial to creating a bloc of young voters; says Young Democrats of America truly represents young people; states her family had nothing to do with her decision.] Clinton’s stance on dropping out of the race noted. [In Grafton, West Virginia, CLINTON – says it’s not over until the lady in the pants suit says it is.]
Sanchez, Rick

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