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Campaign 2008 / Super Tuesday #884460

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Feb 03, 2008
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(Studio: Lester Holt) The countdown to Super Tuesday for Senator John McCain, Mitt Romney, Senator Hillary Clinton and Senator Barack Obama introduced.

(Wilmington, Delaware: Lee Cowan) The campaigning in California by Obama's friends, including Oprah Winfrey, Caroline Kennedy, Maria Shriver and Stevie Wonder, featured; campaign and TV ads shown. [WINFREY - campaigns.] [In a California church, former President Bill CLINTON - jokes about voting for a woman or a black man.] [H. CLINTON - talks about the baptism by fire.] [OBAMA - offers a clean break.]

(Studio: Lester Holt) Report introduced.

(St. Louis: Ron Allen) The campaigning by Romney and McCain featured; scenes shown of McCain in Boston; map shown of the routes of both campaigns. [ROMNEY - says it's about delegates.] [McCAIN - wants a majority of the states.] [With McCain, NBC's Kelly O'DONNELL - talks about expectations.] [In Georgia, Mike HUCKABEE - criticizes Romney.] Romney's victory in Maine noted.

(Studio: Lester Holt; Washington: John Harwood) The Democratic campaign in California, where it would be a political earthquake if Obama wins, the messages being emphasized by Obama {romantic idealism} and Clinton {experience} and the chances of McCain becoming the de facto nominee discussed.

Holt, Lester;
Cowan, Lee;
Allen, Ron;
Harwood, John

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