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Campaign 2008 / Democrats / McCain / Texas / Ohio #887073

CBS Evening News for Monday, Mar 03, 2008
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(Columbus: Katie Couric) The campaign marathon for Senator Barack Obama and Senator Hillary Clinton introduced; Quinnipiac and Mason-Dixon poll standings of the two presidential candidates in Ohio and Texas cited.

(Austin: Jim Axelrod) The future for the Clinton campaign after Tuesday's primaries featured; TV ads featuring Jack Nicholson and the phone call shown. [CLINTON - believes we will do well tomorrow.]

(Columbus: Katie Couric) Report introduced.

(San Antonio; Dean Reynolds) Obama's campaigning in Texas featured; scenes shown of Obama in San Antonio. [OBAMA - speaks about Texas; promises not to leave veterans behind; states there are no allegation he has betrayed the public trust with Tony Rezko.]

(Columbus: Katie Couric) The number of delegates needed by Senator John McCain to clinch the Republican nomination noted; scenes shown of McCain in Phoenix.

(Washington: Bob Schieffer) The state of the big state of Texas reviewed; population, economic and diversity statistics cited; details given about how Texas has both a primary and caucuses.

(Columbus: Katie Couric) Report introduced.

(Columbus: Jeff Greenfield) The politics of Ohio reviewed; details given about the political battlegrounds for Ohio Democrats and the Democratic Party. [Ohio State University Herb ASHER†- characterizes the Democratic Party; suggests independent voters will go for Obama.] ["Columbus Dispatch" editor Joe HALLETT - says union voters remember former President Bill Clinton and NAFTA.]

(Columbus: Katie Couric) The key minority vote in Texas examined; scenes shown from the campaign trail. ["Texas Monthly" editor Evan SMITH†- analyzes the Hispanic and African American vote.] [VOTER, 19-year-old Hispanic-American Lindsay LAMBERT†, state representative Eddie LUCIO III†, state senator Eddie LUCIO, Jr. - comment on their vote for a president.] Hillary's history in Texas and the generational divide in the state reviewed; Pew Hispanic Center statistics on the Hispanic vote cited. [Representative Sheila JACKSON-LEE - explains her support of Hillary.]

Couric, Katie;
Axelrod, Jim;
Schieffer, Bob;
Greenfield, Jeff

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