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CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Mar 19, 2008
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(Charlotte: Anderson Cooper) Senator Hillary Clinton shown in Michigan, where a re-do vote agreement is being discussed.

(Charlotte: Anderson Cooper) The exclusive CNN interview with Senator Barack Obama continued. [OBAMA - offers his view on Michigan, DNC rules and how Clinton has been disingenuous on the issue of Michigan and Florida.] Other material: [CLINTON - urges Obama to match words with action to let the people of Michigan and Florida have a vote in the election.]

(Charlotte: Anderson Cooper, Candy Crowley) Obama's position on a re-vote, whether a re-vote in either state is possible and how the Rev. Jeremiah Wright issue may play out for Obama's campaign discussed.

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