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New Hampshire / Caitlin Clark / John Kasich / Maxwell Suprenant #1168483

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Feb 09, 2016
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As the candidates await the vote count tonight we size up the competition not theirs ours. Here's Julianna Goldman. You might think this is any other shoe leather reporter covering Hillary Clinton in New Hampshire. But Caitlin Clark is just eleven years old. Is there any specific issues you really want covered. She's among the 20 on assignment for Scholastic News providing a kids eye view of the political process. And we're gonna get a lot more good jobs with rising incomes for people. Thank you...
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Julianna Goldman
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00:01:56

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