ABC Evening News for Saturday, Jan 05, 2008
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(Manchester, New Hampshire: David Wright) The Democrats in New Hampshire featured; scenes shown of crowds for Senators Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton. [OBAMA - campaigns on change.] [CLINTON - jokes about being a problem solver.]
(Londonderry: Jake Tapper) The Republicans in New Hampshire featured; scenes shown of the main candidates. [Mike HUCKABEE - jokes about Chuck Norris.] [Mitt ROMNEY, former New York City Mayor Rudolph GIULIANI, Senator John McCAIN - campaign.]
(New Hampshire: David Muir) How the presidential candidates are fine tuning their message noted. [In interview, John EDWARDS - speaks about change.]
(New Hampshire: David Muir; Manchester: Kate Snow, John Berman, Ron Claiborne) Live discussion held about the candidates in New Hampshire, the message of change and the strategies of each leader.
(New Hampshire: David Muir; New York: George Stephanopoulos) The poll numbers for the Democrats and the Republicans, with McCain moving up fast in a state that is critical for him, how New Hampshire is a must win for Romney, discussed.
(New Hampshire: David Muir) The victory by Romney in the Wyoming caucus reported.
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