ABC Evening News for Saturday, Dec 08, 2007
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(Des Moines: David Wright) The campaigning by TV host Oprah Winfrey for Senator Barack Obama in Iowa, New Hampshire and South Carolina featured; scenes shown from Des Moines, Iowa. [WINFREY - says she is speaking out for a man with a new vision.] [OBAMA - campaigns.] ["The Huffington Post" Arianna HUFFINGTON- says we will see if she can convince them to "buy" a politician.] [Iowa voter Dr. Christine TAYLOR- comments.] How this was an electrifying event with some of the people here to hear her and not him discussed.
(Studio: David Muir) Report introduced.
(Studio: Kate Snow) The campaigning by Senator Hillary Clinton with her husband in South Carolina and three generations of Clinton women in Iowa featured; scenes shown of Hillary with her mother and daughter. [H. CLINTON - campaigns.] [NPR's Juan WILLIAMS- says Oprah's audience tends to be white working class females; notes the ex-president has a network in the black community.] [Before an all-black sorority, former President Bill CLINTON - campaigns to women.] [Hair salon owner Angela JACKSON - reacts.] The splitting of the black vote in South Carolina between Hillary and Obama noted.
(Studio: David Muir) New scrutiny of the record of presidential candidate Mike Huckabee reported; AP quoted on AIDS and gays.