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(Studio: Charles Gibson) The victories in the New Hampshire primaries by Senators Hillary Clinton and John McCain noted. [In interview late today, CLINTON - says she could feel the election moving toward her; comments on the two leading Democratic candidate being a woman and a black man; suggests February 5 will be decisive.]
(Jersey City, New Jersey: David Wright) The continuing phenomenon of Senator Barack Obama featured; scenes shown of crowds in New Jersey; details given about the endorsement for Obama from the culinary union in Nevada.
(Studio: Charles Gibson) The coming Republican race in Michigan introduced.
(Detroit: Ron Claiborne) The importance of the Michigan race featured; scenes shown from the campaigns. [In Michigan, McCAIN - says he is always an underdog; states we have good support.] [Mitt ROMNEY - promises to keep fighting.] [ABC News political analyst Mark HALPERIN- says Romney cannot go oh-for three and stay in the race.] The appeal of Mike Huckabee to the state's evangelical Christians noted.
- Gibson, Charles;
- Wright, David;
- Claiborne, Ron
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