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Campaign 2008 / Super Tuesday / Democrats / Republicans #884813

ABC Evening News for Monday, Feb 04, 2008
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(Studio: Charles Gibson) Report introduced.

(Dorchester, Massachusetts: Kate Snow) The exhausting race by Democrat Senator Hillary Clinton to find voters featured; map shown of states with campaign ads. [In Worcester, CLINTON - backs universal health care.]

(Hartford: David Wright) The campaign by Senator Barack Obama featured; map shown of his campaign stops; details given of his strategy of winning the smaller states while still pushing in California. [Actor Robert DeNIRO - jokes Obama does not have experience.] [In Idaho, OBAMA - campaigns.]

(Studio: Charles Gibson) Report introduced.

(New York: Ron Claiborne) Senator John McCain's campaigning in the Northeast featured; scenes shown from the campaign trail. [In Boston, New Jersey and New York City, McCAIN - campaigns.] [On the radio, host Rush LIMBAUGH - accuses McCain of stabbing his party in the back.]

(Atlanta: John Berman) Mitt Romney's cross-country campaign to California featured; map shown of Republican caucus states. [ROMNEY - says if he wins California....; campaigns as a conservative.] [In response to question, ROMNEY - says he will surprise the pundits.]

(Studio: Charles Gibson, Washington: George Stephanopoulos) The states that Huckabee can win, what McCain hopes for out of tomorrow with big wins in winner-take-all states, the prospects for an even split for Democrats tomorrow with Massachusetts, Missouri and California as the key states discussed.

(Studio: Charles Gibson) ABCNews coverage of Super Tuesday previewed.

Gibson, Charles;
Snow, Kate;
Wright, David;
Claiborne, Ron;
Berman, John;
Washington, Charles Gibson,

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