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Tropical Storm Isaac / Republican National Convention #1029768

CBS Evening News for Monday, Aug 27, 2012
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(Tampa: Scott Pelley) The impact of Tropical Storm Isaac on the Republican National Convention in Tampa, Florida reviewed; scenes shown of the convention being called to order before recessing seconds later.

(Tierra Verde, Florida: Bill Whitaker) The distraction for the Republican Party with Isaac disrupting their convention featured; scenes shown of presidential candidate Mitt Romney and running mate Representative Paul Ryan. [RYAN, ROMNEY – express concern for victims of Isaac.] [Louisiana delegates Lynn SKIDMORE††, Lloyd HARSCH††- recall the impact of Hurricane Katrina.]

(Tampa: Scott Pelley; inside the convention center: Bob Schieffer) The contingency plans for the convention because of the storm discussed.

Pelley, Scott;
Whitaker, Bill;
Schieffer, Bob

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