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Campaign 2008 / West / Ohio #877119

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 06, 2007
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(Studio: Charles Gibson) One year to go until the election of the 44th president introduced.

(Four Corners Monument: Jake Tapper) The push by the Democrats to win the states in the interior West, which has been a solid red region, featured. [Colorado resident Bob ELDERKIN†- criticizes the Republican Party.] [University of Maryland professor Thomas SCHALLER†- characterizes the Republican Party in the West.] [Colorado Governor Bill RITTER†, New Mexico state representative Justine FOX-YOUNG†- talk about politics in the West.]

(Ohio: Kate Snow) The battleground state of Ohio visited; scenes shown from Medina County; details given about the issues in the state. [Two Republican VOTERS - offer views.] ["Columbus Dispatcher" reporter Joe HALLETT†- recalls the state scandals that affected the Republicans.] [Four VOTERS, World Harvest Church Pastor Rod PARSLEY†- offer their views on the election.]

(Studio: Charles Gibson, George Stephanopoulos) ABC News/"Washington Post" poll figures indicating people want change outlined on screen and indications that this a race for the Democrats to lose and how Senator Hillary Clinton is a polarizing figure and poll numbers in 1999 and 2003 discussed.

Reporter(s):
Gibson, Charles;
Tapper, Jake;
Snow, Kate;
George, Charles Gibson,
Duration:
00:07:30

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