ABC Evening News for Monday, Jan 07, 2008
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(Salem, New Hampshire: Kate Snow) Clinton's struggling campaign featured; scenes shown from a Portsmouth coffee shop. [In response to a question, CLINTON - says this is "very personal for her" and the election is about our country.] [In the room, VOTER; John EDWARDS - respond to Clinton.] [For "Good Morning America," CLINTON - explains she has to present an organized front.]
(New Hampshire: David Wright) The Obama campaign featured; scenes shown from the town hall in Lebanon and in New London; details given about the barrage of attacks from the Clinton campaign. [OBAMA - campaigns on change and against the food fight.] [Voter John O'DONNELL- backs Obama.]
(New Hampshire: Charles Gibson) The Republican primary that appears to be a two-man race between Senator John McCain and Mitt Romney introduced; New Hampshire poll findings cited.
(Portsmouth, New Hampshire: Ron Claiborne) McCain's campaign featured; scenes shown from Portsmouth, New Hampshire; details given about his shoestring campaign. [McCAIN - campaigns.] ["Time" magazine Mark HALPERIN- assesses McCain's strategy.]
(Bedford, New Hampshire: John Berman) Romney's campaign in the state next door featured; scenes shown of Romney with the voters. [ROMNEY - speculates about his finish.] Campaign ad on the message of change shown. [ROMNEY - speaks against Washington insiders.]
(New Hampshire: Charles Gibson, George Stephanopoulos) What the Clinton campaign wants to do after the New Hampshire primary, the debate over where to play next, what Bill Clinton did in his first race and how to handle Obama discussed.
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