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America Votes 2008 / Democrats / Latinos #888770

CNN Evening News for Sunday, Jan 27, 2008
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(Studio: Tony Harris) Senator Barack Obama’s win in South Carolina’s Democratic primary and the expectation he will be endorsed by Senator Edward Kennedy noted. [OBAMA – addresses supporters.]

(Los Angeles: Kara Finnstrom) The fight for the Latino vote in California between Obama and Senator Hillary Clinton featured; Spanish TV ads shown. [Undecided voter Irma MUNGUIA†, business owner Alex CASTRO†, Obama supporter Juana MARTINEZ† {thru translator} - comment.] [The Field Poll Mark DICAMILLO†, Tomas Rivera Institute Harry PACHON†- comment on Clinton’s lead.] [OBAMA – says his history is excellent with Latino support in Illinois.] [Political commentator Earl Ofari HUTCHINSON†- comments on tensions between blacks and Latinos.]

Harris, Tony;
Finnstrom, Kara

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