CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Jan 09, 2008
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The day's events in the presidential election campaign in several states reviewed; inset video shown of those in the race.
(Manchester, New Hampshire: Candy Crowley) Senator Hillary Clinton's comeback win in New Hampshire featured; details given about the women's vote and key campaign moments for Hillary. [In ABC debates, CLINTON - says she embodies change.] [CLINTON - speaks about the remnants of sexism.] [After her New Hampshire win, CLINTON - thanks her mother.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Crowley, former presidential adviser David Gergen and Republican strategist Ralph Reed about the Democratic campaign. [From Manchester, CROWLEY - says Clinton built her "story arc" to the women voters; comments on what will happen if New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson pulls out and how we are moving to a "megastar battle".] [From San Mateo, GERGEN - says Clinton started speaking from her heart, but the delegate balancing act is negative versus heart; suggests the race can go beyond Super Tuesday.] [In studio, REED - explains the evolving history of the primary process to settle on a nominee by February 5.] Other material: statement from Senator Barack Obama about his experience in Chicago politics.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The raw data on the betting on the presidential candidates cited.
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