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Campaign 2008 / Democrats / Ohio, Texas #887973

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Mar 02, 2008
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(Studio: Dan Harris) The stakes for Senator Hillary Clinton in the primaries in Texas and Ohio outlined.

(Westerville, Ohio: David Wright) Senator Barack Obama's campaign featured; scenes shown from Westerville, Ohio; details given about the lines of attack. [SUPPORTER, OBAMA - exchange words about "president."] [OBAMA - says Clinton got it wrong {invading Iraq.}] [With Terry Moran, OBAMA - comments on Tony Rezko's trouble.]

(Akron, Ohio: Kate Snow) The Clinton campaign in Ohio featured; scenes shown from Youngstown, Ohio and from her appearance on "Saturday Night Live." [CLINTON - campaigns on experience.] [New Mexico Governor Bill RICHARDSON - says D-Day is Tuesday.]

(Studio: Dan Harris, Mark Halperin) The close nature of the delegate race, the pressure on Clinton to drop out after Tuesday and the possibility of a protracted Democratic battle discussed.

(Studio: Dan Harris) ABC News coverage of the primaries announced.

Harris, Dan;
Wright, David;
Snow, Kate;
Mark, Dan Harris,

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