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Campaign 2008 / Iowa #881649

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Jan 03, 2008
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(Iowa: Charles Gibson) A pre-caucus look at the Plymouth Church in Des Moines, Iowa, shown.

(Des Moines: David Muir) Today's 11th hour campaigning in Iowa reviewed; scenes shown of volunteers for John Edwards calling people. Senator Hillary Clinton's volunteers going door-to-door and Mitt Romney and Mike Huckabee staffers on the phone. [91-year-old Laura THOMISON - comments.]

(Iowa: Charles Gibson) The expectations in the races for both parties introduced.

(Des Moines: Jake Tapper) What a win for Huckabee would mean reviewed.

(West Des Moines: John Berman) The importance of a win in Iowa for Romney noted.

(Des Moines: Kate Snow) The prospects for Clinton in her race in Iowa against Edwards and Senator Barack Obama outlined.

(Des Moines: David Wright) The roller coaster ride for Obama in Iowa reviewed.

(Des Moines: David Muir) The importance of the race for Edwards due to the amount of time he spent here noted.

(Iowa: Charles Gibson) The campaign spending in Iowa on TV ads cited.

(Iowa: Charles Gibson, George Stephanopoulos) How tonight could be the end of the line for Senator Chris Dodd and Fred Thompson; what it could mean for Senator John McCain and former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani and for the lesser Democrats, Senator Joe Biden and New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson, discussed.

Reporter(s):
Gibson, Charles;
Muir, David;
Tapper, Jake;
Berman, John;
Snow, Kate;
Wright, David;
George, Charles Gibson,
Duration:
00:07:30

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