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Campaign 2008 / Top Issues (Part I) #881635

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Jan 02, 2008
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[Senator Hillary CLINTON - campaigns on change.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The top issues in the presidential election campaign introduced; CNN Poll figures on the top concerns of Democratic voters listed. Keeping Them Honest segment introduced.

(Des Moines, Iowa: Joe Johns) The views of the Democratic presidential candidates on the war in Iraq and health care reviewed. [CLINTON, Senator Barack OBAMA - outline plans for Iraq.] [John EDWARDS - speaks about health care.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper, David Gergen, Gloria Borger) Live discussion held about the Democrats, the major issues, the race in Iowa, which is turning on personalities more than issues, post-partisan politics, the issue of Iraq.

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