ABC Evening News for Monday, Jan 24, 2000
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) The background to tonight's Iowa caucuses outlined.
(Des Moines: Jim Wooten) The numbers game in Iowa featured; scenes shown of the presidential candidates working the crowds. [Texas Governor George W. BUSH, Vice President Al GORE, Bill BRADLEY, Steve FORBES - offer views on the Iowa vote.]
(Studio: Peter Jennings) The other Republican candidates, Alan Keyes, Gary Bauer and Senator Orrin Hatch, shown.
(Des Moines: Peter Jennings, Terry Moran) Gore's campaign and his difficulties in New Hampshire reviewed.
(Studio: Peter Jennings, Jackie Judd) Bradley's campaign in Iowa and New Hampshire reviewed.
(Studio: Peter Jennings, Dean Reynolds) Bush's approach to the campaign reviewed.
(Studio: Peter Jennings) The Iowa voter and the caucus featured; scenes shown from Ewart, Iowa. [Iowa Democrat Margaret TUBEAU - lists the Democrats who will come to her house.] [Des Moines Register David YEPSEN - says Iowans may change their minds at the caucuses.] [Voter Al CUSERA - comments.]
(Studio: Peter Jennings, George Stephanopoulos) The coming vote in New Hampshire and the impact of President Clinton's State of the Union address on the outcome discussed.
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