ABC Evening News for Friday, Jan 04, 2008
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(Milford, New Hampshire: David Wright) Senator Barack Obama's campaign in New Hampshire after his victory in the caucuses in Iowa featured; New Hampshire poll figures cited. [In New Hampshire, OBAMA - campaigns.] [On the plane, OBAMA - speaks a movement for change.] [In Iowa, OBAMA - speaks of "this defining moment."] [New Hampshire voters Sarah and Jay HINNENDALE- react.]
(Manchester, New Hampshire: Kate Snow) Senator Hillary Clinton's campaign in New Hampshire after her loss in Iowa featured; campaign scenes shown; details given of the Clinton camp's charges he is a flip-flopper. [In New Hampshire, CLINTON - says she is the "most innocent"; states people need to ask Obama where he stands.] [VOTER - backs Hillary.] [Former President Bill CLINTON - says she'll be fine.]
(New Hampshire: Charles Gibson) The outcome of the Republican race in Iowa noted.
(Henniker, New Hampshire: Jake Tapper) Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee campaign in New Hampshire after his successful show in Iowa featured; campaign scenes shown; polls figures for New Hampshire cited; details given about his need to broaden his appeal here. [HUCKABEE - jokes about Chuck Norris.] [On the plane, HUCKABEE - speaks about his campaign.] [New Hampshire Inst. of Politics advisor Jennifer DONAHUE- outlines Huckabee's challenge here.] [Huckabee campaign chairman Ed ROLLINS- cites the need for organization.] [In New Hampshire, HUCKABEE - campaigns on health issues.]
(Manchester, New Hampshire: John Berman) Mitt Romney's campaign in New Hampshire to beat back the resurgent Senator John McCain featured; campaign scenes and TV ads shown. [McCAIN - campaigns.] [ROMNEY - says "change," "change."] Former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani mentioned.
(New Hampshire: Charles Gibson, George Stephanopoulos) How the New Hampshire vote is critical for McCain and Romney, who is all but stopped if he does not win here, and how Clinton will have to take on Obama with just three days to campaign here discussed.
(New Hampshire: Charles Gibson) The withdrawal of Democratic Senators Joe Biden and Chris Dodd from the race noted.