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Campaign 2016 / Nevada, South Carolina / Democrats / A Discussion #1095646

CNN Evening News for Friday, Feb 19, 2016
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Las Vegas: Brianna Keilar) The Democratic presidential race between Bernie Sanders & Hillary Clinton in Nevada & South Carolina featured; scenes shown. [SANDERS - campaigns.] [Representative James CLYBURN - backs Clinton.] Clinton ad voiced by actor Morgan Freeman played. [CLINTON - campaigns; promises to release her paid speeches.] The concern in the Clinton campaign about the close race in Nevada before the caucuses discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The breakdown of the vote by race outlined on screen. Live discussion held with South Carolina's state representative Justin Bamberg & CNN's Bakari Sellers about the African-American vote. [BAMBERG, SELLERS - offer views on the campaign in South Carolina, the two candidates, the black vote & the Obama presidency.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Next week's town hall in South Carolina announced.

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Keilar, Brianna
Duration:
00:09:10

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