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Campaign 2008 / New Hampshire #881894

CNN Evening News for Monday, Jan 07, 2008
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(New Hampshire: Anderson Cooper) The live shot from Manchester, New Hampshire, of supporters of Representative Ron Paul and of Senator Hillary Clinton at a live event shown.

(New Hampshire: Anderson Cooper) The final appeals from the presidential candidates in New Hampshire reviewed. [Senator Barack OBAMA - campaigns.] [Senator John McCAIN - promises to get Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden††.] [In interview, Mitt ROMNEY - calls Obama a "senator killer"; says people want change.] [In response to a question, CLINTON - says this is "very personal for her" and the election is about our country.] [In interview, John EDWARDS - says Clinton is not an agent of change.] Findings of the latest CNN/WMUR polls on the Democrats and Republicans outlined on screen.

(Manchester: John King) The challenges for the Republican Party examined. [ROMNEY - campaigns on change.] [Republican pollster Neil NEWHOUSE†- says this is not the campaign we thought it to be; comments on the Obama-McCain contrast.] [McCAIN - campaigns on change; talks about Obama and having a respectful debate.] The recalibration for the Republicans if Obama, rather than Clinton, is the opponent discussed.

(New Hampshire: Anderson Cooper) Special primary night coverage previewed.

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
King, John
Duration:
00:08:40

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