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America Votes 2008 / Primaries / New Hampshire #887160

CNN Evening News for Saturday, Jan 05, 2008
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[In 1980 Republican debate in New Hampshire, then-presidential candidate Ronald REAGAN – says he's paying for microphone.]

(Manchester, New Hampshire: John King) The schedule for upcoming primaries and caucuses outlined; map shown.

(Manchester, New Hampshire: Bill Schneider) The influence of the Iowa caucus results on New Hampshire primary voters featured; poll findings cited; details given of the issue of the electability of Democratic candidates Senators Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama. [CLINTON – says she is tested and proven.] [OBAMA – responds.] Poll findings on the favorability of Republican candidates Senator John McCain and Mitt Romney and Democrats Clinton and Obama and campaign strategies for the New Hampshire primary discussed.

(Manchester, New Hampshire: John King) Upcoming story previewed.

Reporter(s):
King, John;
Schneider, Bill
Duration:
00:07:00

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