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CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 27, 2007
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(Studio: Katie Couric) The poll standings of Senator Hillary Clinton versus Senator Barack Obama in Iowa and New Hampshire outlined on screen.

(Spartanburg: South Carolina: Jim Axelrod) Clinton's campaigning in South Carolina for African American support featured; scenes shown of Hillary surrounded by black Americans. [CLINTON - mentions former Secretary of State Colin Powell and former President Bill Clinton.] [Black WOMAN, state representative Harold MITCHELL†- comment on supporting Clinton.]

(Portsmouth, New Hampshire: Dean Reynolds) The campaigning by Obama in New Hampshire on the race issue featured; scenes shown; details given of the issue of Obama's racial identity. [OBAMA - campaigns; states he identifies himself as African American.] [George Mason University Michael FAUNTROY†- comments on the issue of Obama's experience and his acceptability to many white Americans.] [White GUY - says he won't vote for a "colored man."]

Couric, Katie;
Carolina, South;
Reynolds, Dean

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