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ABC Evening News for Thursday, Jan 10, 2008
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(Studio: Charles Gibson) The withdrawal of New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson from the Democratic race and Senator John Kerry's endorsement of Senator Barack Obama noted.

(Charleston, South Carolina: David Wright) The Democratic campaign in the West and South featured; details given about the constituencies in South Carolina and Nevada. ["Time" magazine Mark HALPERIN†- comments on the black vote in South Carolina; states John Edwards has to beat Obama and Senator Hillary Clinton here.] [Voter Sheila PARNELL - comments.] [ANALYST - says Nevada breaks the tie.]

(Myrtle Beach, South Carolina; Jake Tapper) The Republican campaigning in South Carolina and Michigan featured; scenes shown from Myrtle Beach of a sand sculpture of the presidential candidates. [Mike HUCKABEE - speaks about the sanctity of life.] [Mitt ROMNEY - campaigns in Michigan.]

Reporter(s):
Gibson, Charles;
Wright, David
Duration:
00:04:10

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