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Campaign 2008 / Huckabee #883369

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Jan 23, 2008
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Hollywood, Florida: John King) The challenges for Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee, now the only Christian conservative in the race and running out of money, examined. [Southern Baptist Dr. Rich KINCL†- talks about Huckabee, his appeal to the evangelical voter and how he will continue to be a factor.] [HUCKABEE - talks about money and his campaign.] [Republican pollster Whit AYRES†- speculates about Huckabee in Florida.] The question of whether Huckabee may now be running for vice president and what the polls in Florida indicate for the Republicans, especially Senator John McCain and former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani, discussed.

Cooper, Anderson;
King, John

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