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Campaign 2008 / Iowa #880467

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Dec 15, 2007
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(Studio: Maggie Rodriguez) The wait for the "Des Moines Register" to announce its endorsing choice for both parties in campaign 2008 reported.

(Studio: Bill Whitaker) The Republican campaign between Mitt Romney and Mike Huckabee reviewed; anti-Huckabee ad shown. [ROMNEY - reacts to the criticism of President Bush's administration and criticizes Huckabee as too liberal.] [ Mike ALLEN†- outlines what Romney needs to do.]

(Studio: Maggie Rodriguez) The findings of the Diageo/The Hotline poll on the standing of Democrats Senators Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton and John Edwards in Iowa cited.

(Charles City, Iowa: Dean Reynolds) The Democrats in Iowa featured; scenes shown of Obama campaigning. [On Friday on PBS, former President Bill CLINTON - questions Obama's experience.] [In press conference, OBAMA - reacts.]

(Studio: Maggie Rodriguez) Report introduced.

(Dubuque: Chip Reid) The relentless Edwards campaign in Iowa featured; scenes shown from the campaign trail of the wife and kids with the candidate. [EDWARDS - campaigns.] [Wife Elizabeth EDWARDS - speaks.]

Rodriguez, Maggie;
Whitaker, Bill;
Reynolds, Dean;
Reid, Chip

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