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Campaign 2008 / Obama & Clinton #846948

ABC Evening News for Monday, Dec 11, 2006
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(Studio: Charles Gibson) The prospects for the 2008 presidential election candidacy for Senator Barack Obama introduced.

(Washington: Jake Tapper) The early actions by Democratic presidential hopefuls like Obama & Senator Hillary Clinton examined; scenes shown of Obama in New Hampshire; details given about the contrasts between the two. [From ESPN's "Monday Night Football," OBAMA - says he is ready for the Chicago Bears to go all the way.] [CLINTON - says she'll announce after the first of the year.] [Democratic strategisdt Joe TRIPPI†- talks about the black voter & how Obama changes Hillary's race.] [Representative Charles RANGEL - talks about racial pride in Obama.] [OBAMA - says he is in this thing for the people.] [Former presidential candidate Bob KERREY†- assesses the race for other hopefuls.]

Gibson, Charles;
Tapper, Jake

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