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Campaign 2008 / Nevada and South Carolina #883064

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Jan 19, 2008
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(Studio: David Muir) The projection that Senator Hillary Clinton and Mitt Romney will win in Nevada reported.

(Las Vegas: David Wright) The Clinton victory in Nevada over Senator Barack Obama and former Senator John Edwards featured; scenes shown of casino workers in line to caucus and in caucus groups. [Pipefitter Erik FORSYTHE†, chef Duane BOULTER†, waitresses Melinda REYNOLDS†, Cary ARCHER†- comment on voting.] [Former President Bill CLINTON - questions the opposition tactics.]

(Studio: David Muir) Report introduced.

(Charleston, South Carolina: Ron Claiborne) The Republican race in the important state of South Carolina featured; details given about the evangelical and military vote; scenes shown of Mike Huckabee running in the terrible weather. [HUCKABEE, Fred THOMPSON - campaign.] [VOTER - comments.]

(Studio: David Muir; Washington: George Stephanopoulos) The significance of the big win for Clinton in the ugly Democrat race in Nevada, how long Edwards can stay in the race, the key groups in the South Carolina race discussed.

Reporter(s):
Muir, David;
Wright, David;
Claiborne, Ron;
Stephanopoulos, George
Duration:
00:07:10

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