ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Jan 08, 2008
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(Manchester, New Hampshire: David Muir) The huge voter turnout featured; scenes shown of voters in Manchester and of Mike Huckabee and former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani at the same voting place. [New Hampshire deputy secretary of state David SCANLON- comments on the vote.] [Voters Terry MARTIN, REPUBLICAN - comment.] [Senator Barack OBAMA - says he's the underdog.] [Senator John MccAIN - jokes about winning Dixville Notch.]
(New Hampshire: Peter Washington: George Stephanopoulos) The indications from the exit polls, when people made up their minds in this late-deciding state, the voting by senior citizens and the voter support for "change" discussed.
(Manchester, New Hampshire: Kate Snow) The high anxiety in the Senator Hillary Clinton's camp featured. [Last night, former President Bill CLINTON - comments on the judgment issue, Obama's stance on the war and the sanitizing media.] [OBAMA - responds on being against the war in Iraq.]
(New Hampshire: Charles Gibson) Report introduced.
(Manchester, New Hampshire: Jake Tapper) What the voters mean by wanting "change" examined. [Presidential CANDIDATES - says "change."] [HUCKABEE - explains change.] [In the street, seven VOTERS - define change and who they voted for.] [Presidential historian Richard Norton SMITH- says most elections are won by the one who promises a better future.]
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