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America Votes 2008 / Clinton vs. Obama / Discussion #887956

CNN Evening News for Sunday, Jan 20, 2008
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(Studio: Tony Harris) Report introduced.

(Charleston, South Carolina: Suzanne Malveaux) The quandary for African American voters in South Carolina over whether to support Senator Hillary Clinton or Senator Barack Obama in the presidential election examined; details given about the generational divide. [Obama supporters Joseph DAVIS†, Charlotte DUNN†, WOMAN, Clinton supporters Sheryl MACK†, Dr. Katie CATALON†- express views.] [Awendaw, South Carolina, council member Samuel ROBINSON†- notes older people remember the Clintons’ involvement in the civil rights movement.]

(Studio: Tony Harris) Live discussion held with Hip Hop Summit president Dr. Ben Chavis† and political analyst/author Keli Goff† about the generational divide among black voters over Clinton and Obama. [CHAVIS, GOFF – offer views on race and gender.]

Reporter(s):
Harris, Tony;
Malveaux, Suzanne
Duration:
00:08:40

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