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Campaign 2008 / Republicans / South Carolina #882573

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Jan 16, 2008
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The Republicans on the campaign trail in South Carolina and the Democrats in Nevada shown.

(Spartanburg, South Carolina: John King) The Republican race in South Carolina featured; details given about the issues and appeal of each candidate in this key state. [Mitt ROMNEY, Senator John McCAIN, South Carolina attorney general Henry McMASTER†, Mike HUCKABEE - campaign.] [Former Dole campaign manager Scott REED†- assesses the appeal of the three leading candidates.] [McCAIN - speaks about immigration.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with King and Christian Broadcasting Network David Brody about the race in South Carolina. [KING - says conservative turnout is critical in this state; explains how the other Republicans do not like Romney and how the economy is taking center stage; outlines the approach of Huckabee in the South.] [From Columbia, BRODY - says we are seeing a change {Romney, Huckabee} versus experience {McCain} argument among the Republicans; raises the possible issues that can be raised by Huckabee.]

Cooper, Anderson;
King, John

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