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ABC Evening News for Sunday, Dec 02, 2007
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(Studio: Dan Harris) The announcement that Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney will make a speech this week about his faith reported; "Des Moines Register" poll figures for the leading Republicans noted.

(Des Moines: David Wright) The rise in Iowa of Republican Mike Huckabee and the issue of Romney's religion featured; details given about Huckabee's support by evangelical Christians. ["Des Moines Register" David YEPSEN†- speaks about Huckabee.] [In CNN debates, ROMNEY, HUCKABEE - bicker about the Bible.] [AP writer Mike GLOVER†- says Romney has to explain his religion to America.] [On "This Week," HUCKABEE - comments on faith.]

(Studio: Dan Harris) The endorsement of Senator John McCain by "The Union Leader" New Hampshire newspaper noted.

Harris, Dan;
Wright, David

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