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NBC Evening News for Saturday, Mar 08, 2008
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(Studio: Lester Holt) The projected caucus victory for Senator Barack Obama in Wyoming over Senator Hillary Clinton reported.

(Chicago: Lee Cowan) The Democratic campaign featured; scenes shown from Laramie, Wyoming; details given about the national security issue; Clinton's red phone ad shown. [OBAMA, CLINTON - campaign.] [Girl in Clinton's ad, Obama supporter Casey KNOWLES†- wants a Obama counter ad.]

(Studio: Lester Holt; Washington: John Harwood) The Clinton-Obama battle, her argument that she won the big battleground states, the Democratic unease about the long party battle and Clinton's words about a ticket with Obama discussed. [Yesterday in Mississippi, CLINTON - says someday it might be possible to vote for both of us.]

(Studio: Lester Holt) Tomorrow's guests on "Meet the Press" mentioned.

Cowan, Lee;
Holt, Lester;
Harwood, John

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