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Campaign 2008 / Republican Identity Crisis #879092

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 27, 2007
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(St. Petersburg: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Washington: John King) Republican Party's identity crisis examined. [Pinellas County GOP chair Tony DiMATTEO†- recalls what happened to the party; comments on getting more registered Republicans in Florida.] [Conservative activist Richard VIGUERIE - cites the "betrayal" focus on former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani.] [South Carolina Governor Mark SANFORD - says President Bush is partly to blame.] [GOP pollster Whit AYRES†- cites the party's challenge.]

(St. Petersburg: Anderson Cooper, John King, Gloria Borger) Live discussion held about the future of the Republican Party, including what the party should stand for, the fund-raising by the Democrats due to the enthusiasm over a political power shift, what can be expected in tomorrow's Republican debate.

(St. Petersburg: Anderson Cooper) Viewer videotaped questions for tomorrow's CNN/YouTube debates played.

Cooper, Anderson;
King, John;
John, Anderson Cooper,

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