CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 06, 2007
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(Spartanburg, South Carolina: Nancy Cordes) The wide open Republican primary race featured; poll figures on the races in several primary states cited. [Republican strategist Whit AYRES†- comments on the candidates.] [Fred THOMPSON - comments on differences.] [South Carolina Governor Mark SANFORD - says voters are looking for Ronald Reagan.] [In interview, Mitt ROMNEY - talks about the conservative vote.]
(Studio: Katie Couric) CBS News poll findings on the standings of the Republican presidential candidates cited.
(Cedar Rapids: Jim Axelrod) The Iowa caucuses battle previewed; poll figures cited; scenes shown from the campaign trail. ["Des Moines Register" David YEPSEN†- says Senator Hillary Clinton's lead could evaporate.] [Senator Barack OBAMA, John EDWARDS - criticize Hillary.] [CLINTON - joke she is at home in the kitchen.]
(Studio: Katie Couric, Jeff Greenfield) The one-day Internet fund raising by libertarian/contrarian Representative Ron Paul and his views discussed; Web ad shown.