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Campaign 2008 / New Hampshire / Clinton / Republicans #881880

CBS Evening News for Monday, Jan 07, 2008
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(New Hampshire: Katie Couric) The findings of the new CBS News poll on the widening lead for Senator Barack Obama over Senator Hillary Clinton in New Hampshire and the nationwide standings of the Democrats and Republicans in a new "USA Today"/Gallup Poll cited. [In response to a question, CLINTON - says this is "very personal for her" and this election is about our country and on the potential for problems to spin out of control.]

(Salem, New Hampshire: Jim Axelrod) This personal reaction from Clinton to the question from from 64-year-old Marianne Pernold Young† reviewed. [YOUNG - says she {Hillary} showed emotion.] [John EDWARDS - responds to Clinton; calls the moment real.]

(New Hampshire: Katie Couric) Report introduced.

(New Hampshire: Dean Reynolds) Obama's campaign in New Hampshire featured; scenes shown of Obama with the crowd outside and inside. [OBAMA - campaigns.] The changing CBS News poll figures cited. [Independent voter Chris SABAN†; in Lebanon, Clinton supporter David ASHEY†- offer differing opinions on Obama.]

(New Hampshire: Katie Couric) The poll standings of the Republican leaders cited; scenes shown of Senator John McCain and Mitt Romney. [In an interview on the bus, McCAIN - comments on his surge after Labor Day, the success of the surge in Iraq beyond expectations with the political process moving forward slowly, whether age would become an issue in a race with Obama; predicts a respectful debate with any Democratic candidate.] [In an interview, ROMNEY - recalls McCain beating George Bush in New Hampshire; calls his campaign "fabulous" since he is a "guy from Detroit" now in the lead; states he has been attacked in a personal way.]

Couric, Katie;
Axelrod, Jim;
Reynolds, Dean

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