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campaign 2008 / The Democrats / Bill Clinton #854203

CBS Evening News for Monday, Mar 05, 2007
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(Studio: Katie Couric) Report introduced.

(Washington: Gloria Borger) The first showdown between Senator Barack Obama and Senator Hillary Clinton with former President Bill Clinton there to appeal to the black voter featured; scenes shown from Selma, Alabama; details given about the Clintons' effort to determine how best to use Bill to help Hillary. [On Sunday, President Bill CLINTON - speaks about his role.] [Democratic strategist James CARVILLE†- offers a suggestion.] Findings of a 2000 CBS News poll on outgoing President Clinton's popularity with African American voters cited. [Representative John LEWIS - says no other white politician has such a hold on the black community.]

Couric, Katie;
Borger, Gloria

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