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(Studio: Anthony Mason) CNN/WMUR tracking poll figures on the standing of the Democratic and Republican presidential candidates in the New Hampshire primaries cited.
(New Hampshire: Jim Axelrod) The Democrats in New Hampshire featured; details given about Senator Hillary Clinton's new strategy to campaign against Senator Barack Obama. [CLINTON, OBAMA - campaign.] [Analyst Tad DEVINE - says the Clinton campaign is in trouble with the times suiting Obama well.]
(Studio: Anthony Mason) The projection of Mitt Romney as the winner in the Wyoming caucuses noted.
(New Hampshire: Bill Whitaker) The Republicans in New Hampshire featured; scenes shown of three of the leading presidential candidates. [ROMNEY - campaigns on "change."] [Independent voter Doug THOMAS- backs Romney.] [New Hampshire Inst. of Politics Jennifer DONAHUE- says Romney has to win here.] [Senator John McCAIN, McCain campaign spokesperson Jill HAZELBAKER, Mike HUCKABEE - campaign.]
- Mason, Anthony;
- Axelrod, Jim;
- Whitaker, Bill
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