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ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Mar 12, 2008
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(Studio: George Stephanopoulos) Geraldine Ferraro's stepping down as a fund raiser for Senator Hillary Clinton after her remarks about Senator Barack Obama's race reported. [On "Good Morning America," FERRARO - talks about the spin on what she said.]

(Chicago: David Wright) The campaigns of Obama and Clinton as the frenetic pace slows down before the Pennsylvania primary featured; details given about their plans to appear presidential. [At his Chicago press conference, retired Army National Guard Brig. Gen. David McGINNIS†- backs Obama.] [March 6, CLINTON - promotes experience.] [Democratic strategist Mark MELLMAN†- talks about the superdelegates.] [OBAMA - talks about the campaign.] The different views of the two presidential candidates on the contests in Michigan and Florida noted. [CLINTON, OBAMA - offer differing opinions on the re-vote issue.]

Reporter(s):
Stephanopoulos, George;
Wright, David
Duration:
00:03:30

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