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Campaign 08 Notebook / Florida #878603

CBS Evening News for Monday, Nov 19, 2007
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(Miami: Katie Couric) Findings of an ABC News/"Washington Post" poll on the standings in the Iowa race of the three leading Democratic presidential candidates, Senators Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama and former Senator John Edwards, and the endorsement of Senator John McCain by 9/11 chairman Tom Kean cited.

(Miami: Katie Couric) The Republican and Democratic primaries in Florida featured; scenes shown of former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani campaigning in Florida where many New York retirees live. [State Republican chairman Jim GREER - says Florida will be much relevant in 2008.] [GIULIANI - campaigns about Florida.] [Republican strategist Michael MURPHY†- assesses the Giuliani campaign in Florida.] The decision by the Democratic National Committee not to allow the Democratic presidential candidates to campaign here because Florida moved up its primary date noted.

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Couric, Katie
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00:03:30

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