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Campaign 2008 / Iowa #881624

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Jan 02, 2008
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The showdown in Iowa introduced; CNN poll figures on the three leading Democrats and the two-man battle among Republicans cited.

(Des Moines: Candy Crowley) The Iowa campaign for the Democrats and Republicans featured; scenes shown from the road. [Senator Barack OBAMA, John EDWARDS, Senator Hillary CLINTON, New Mexico Governor Bill RICHARDSON, Senator Joe BIDEN, Mitt ROMNEY, Mike HUCKABEE - campaign/speak about the race.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Des Moines, Iowa: Candy Crowley; New Castle, New Hampshire: John King) The Iowa and New Hampshire campaigns, including what a loss in Iowa would mean for Clinton, what Iowa results would mean for New Hampshire, what the undecided voter may do, discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The raw data on the money spent on political ads in Iowa outlined on screen. CNN's special coverage of the Iowa caucuses announced.

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Crowley, Candy;
King, John
Duration:
00:08:40

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