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Campaign 2008 / Iowa / A Discussion #881582

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Jan 01, 2008
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The campaigning in Iowa by the Democrats, results of new polling, the Republican campaign ads and the whereabouts of minor presidential candidates noted; CNN poll figures cited.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Candy Crowley, Gloria Borger and John King about the presidential race two days before the Iowa caucuses. [In Des Moines, CROWLEY - says Senator Hillary Clinton is running a king of incumbent race; comments on the support for the Mike Huckabee campaign and on his slipups.] [In studio, BORGER - explains why Representative Dennis Kucinich's support for Senator Barack Obama is important in the caucus system; suggests Pakistan hurt Huckabee; calls Mitt Romney the establishment candidate.] [In Concord, New Hampshire, KING - analyzes the race in both parties and the question of turnout; comments on Senator John McCain's strategy.] Campaign material: [CLINTON - campaigns.] CNN poll figures for the Republicans outlined on screen.

Cooper, Anderson

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