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Campaign 2008 / Democrats / South Carolina #883653

CNN Evening News for Friday, Jan 25, 2008
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The last call for the Democratic presidential candidates before the South Carolina primary reported.

(Rock Hill, South Carolina: Candy Crowley) The presidential election campaign in South Carolina featured; scenes shown of Senator Hillary Clinton at a black college and former Senator John Edwards in the rural areas. [CLINTON - campaigns on economics and the war in Iraq issues.] [With female voters, Senator Barack OBAMA - says women are vulnerable today.] [EDWARDS - talks about "their" politics.] [OBAMA - promises to change the world.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Hillary's use of former President Bill Clinton on the campaign trail reviewed. Keeping Them Honest segment introduced.

(Washington: Joe Johns) Bill Clinton's charges that reporters have been hyping the Clinton-Obama spat examined; details given about Bill's analysis of race and the race in South Carolina. [On Wednesday, in Charleston, CLINTON - speaks out to reporters and on the race and gender issues.] [Republican operative Rod SHEALEY†- says people vote for who they like and they vote for those like them.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Crowley, Candy;
Johns, Joe

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