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Campaign 2008 / Iowa and New Hampshire #881693

CNN Evening News for Friday, Jan 04, 2008
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The last days of campaigning in New Hampshire after the Iowa caucuses introduced.

(Manchester, New Hampshire: John King) The retooled Democratic and Republican races in New Hampshire reviewed; scenes shown. [In New Hampshire, Senator Barack OBAMA, Senator Hillary CLINTON, Mike HUCKABEE, Mitt ROMNEY - campaign.] [University of New Hampshire Andrew SMITH†- assesses the difficulties for Huckabee.] [Senator John McCAIN - cites Huckabee's appeal; responds to Romney's charges.] [CLINTON - speaks about change.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with former presidential adviser David Gergen, CNN's Jeffrey Toobin and CNN contributor Roland Martin about the race. [From Boston, GERGEN - suggests Clinton needs a new message to connect with the voters hearts; comments on Obama's efforts to reach the independent voters; assesses the grassroots campaigns of Obama and Huckabee.] [TOOBIN - comments on Romney's use of the word "change."] [MARTIN - says Obama wants to expand the pool of voters.]

Campaign material: [ROMNEY - campaigns on change.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The withdrawal of Democrats Senators Chris Dodd and Joe Biden from the race noted.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The raw data on campaign fund raising outlined on screen.

Cooper, Anderson;
King, John

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