ABC Evening News for Thursday, Jan 31, 2008
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(Los Angeles: David Wright) Tonight's one-on-one debate in California between Obama and Senator Hillary Clinton before Super Tuesday previewed; details given about support for Clinton among Hispanics. [In East Los Angeles, OBAMA - campaigns on the black-brown divide.] [University of California at Berkeley Bruce CAIN- suggests Obama push his interracial roots; predicts a huge voter turnout in California.] The institutional advantages for Clinton noted.
(Studio: Charles Gibson, George Stephanopoulos) The national primary for the Democrats and Republicans on Super Tuesday discussed; map shown of the base states for Clinton and Obama and of the strategies for Senator John McCain and Mitt Romney; details given about the key states of California and Massachusetts for the Democrats.
(Studio: Charles Gibson) The fund raising by McCain's campaign noted.
(Washington: Jake Tapper) McCain and the discontent among the conservatives examined. [Governor Arnold SCHWARZENEGGER - says McCain gets things done.] [Radio host Rush LIMBAUGH- criticizes Schwarzenegger's support of McCain.] [In the debate, ROMNEY, McCAIN - talk about being a conservative.] [In 199, 2002, ROMNEY - backs liberal issues.] [In Cobb County, Georgia, MAN; in Houston diner, MAN - question the Republican choices.] [Conservative author Richard VIGUERIE- talks about the Republican base.] [Senator's mother Roberta McCAIN - comments.]
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