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Campaign 2008 / Obama, Clinton / Republicans #853876

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Mar 03, 2007
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(Studio: Bill Weir) The campaigning by Democratic hopefuls Senators Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton reported; scenes shown from Chicago and Los Angeles.

(Washington: Sonya Crawford) The efforts by Republican presidential hopefuls to win over the party's right wing examined; scenes shown from the annual conservative political action conference in Washington, DC; details given about the "liberal" positions of former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani Senator John McCain and former Governor Mitt Romney and of the efforts of three lesser-known candidates. [Ohio Republican Robert CRUCIGER†, Michigan Republican Mike SPARLING†, Virginia Republican Kathy ROTHSCHILD†, Mississippi Republican Lynn CHERAMIE†- offer views on the candidates.] [Candidates Mike HUCKABEE†, James GILMORE†- comment on the party.] Findings of a ABC News/"Washington Post" poll on Giuliani's surge among Republicans cited.

Reporter(s):
Weir, Bill;
Crawford, Sonya
Duration:
00:02:40

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