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Campaign 2016 / Election Battles #1095655

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Feb 20, 2016
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(Studio: Cecilia Vega) The election battles in Nevada for the Democrats & in South Carolina for the Republicans introduced; details given about the projected win for Hillary Clinton in Nevada; scenes shown of election lines.

(Studio: Cecilia Vega, George Stephanopoulos) The significance of the win in Nevada for Clinton & the South Carolina preliminary results discussed; poll results cited.

(Studio: Cecilia Vega; Las Vegas: Mary Bruce) The reaction to Hillary's win featured; scenes shown from Clinton headquarters. [CLINTON - speaks about the campaign.] [Bernie SANDERS - campaigns.] [Three VOTERS - back their candidates.]

(Studio: Cecilia Vega) Report introduced.

(Spartanburg, South Carolina: Tom Llamas) The race in South Carolina with Donald Trump leading reviewed. [TRUMP - says we have a movement going; recounts Gen. John Pershing shooting Muslims in the Philippines.] [Marco RUBIO - comments.] Ted Cruz robo-call played. [CRUZ - jokes.] [Jeb BUSH - cites his plans.]

(Studio: Cecilia Vega; Washington: Jonathan Karl) What a Trump victory tonight would mean: he would be the clear front-runner & how the anti-Trump vote could solidify discussed.

Vega, Cecilia;
George, Cecilia Vega,;
Bruce, Mary;
Llamas, Tom;
Karl, Jonathan

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