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Campaign 2008 / Iowa / The Jesus Factor #881641

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Jan 02, 2008
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[Presidential candidate Mike HUCKABEE - campaigns in Iowa.]

(Des Moines, Iowa: Gary Tuchman) The evangelical voter in campaign 2008 featured; scenes shown from an evangelical gathering in Des Moines, Iowa; details given about the appeal of Huckabee to them. [Political activist Pastor Bill DEVLIN†- talks about faith and the caucuses.] [Evangelical voter Marylys FOSTER†, Grace Church Pastor Bob DEEVER†, First Federated Church Pastor Mike ROSE†- express their feelings.] [Christian conservative activist Jay SEKULOW†- says there is an alternative.] [VOTER - questions a vote for a Mormon.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live pictures of some campaign events for former Senator John Edwards and Senator Hillary Clinton shown.

Tuchman, Gary;
Cooper, Anderson

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