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America Votes 2008 / New Hampshire / Debates #887157

CNN Evening News for Saturday, Jan 05, 2008
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(Studio: Rob Marciano) Report introduced.

(Manchester, New Hampshire: John King) The campaigning in New Hampshire before the presidential primary noted. Live interview held with Jennifer Donahue† of the New Hampshire Institute of Politics. [DONAHUE – explains how New Hampshire is different from Iowa; comments on independents moving to Senator Barack Obama’s side; talks about the campaigns of Senators John McCain and Hillary Clinton; comments on the impact of negative campaign ads.]

(Manchester, New Hampshire: Dana Bash) The debate among the Republican candidates reviewed; details given about the exchange between Mitt Romney and McCain on the issue of illegal immigration; their remarks quoted. The attacks on Romney from his rivals and their responses to questions about Obama discussed.

Marciano, Rob;
King, John;
Bash, Dana

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