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Decision 2008 / Iowa #888830

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Jan 01, 2008
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(Los Angeles: Brian Williams) The boost for Senator Barack Obama and Mike Huckabee in the latest "Des Moines Register" poll cited.

(Des Moines: Andrea Mitchell) The Democratic campaign in Iowa featured; scenes shown of Obama, Senator Hillary Clinton and John Edwards at rallies; details given of criticism of the poll. [OBAMA, CLINTON, EDWARDS – campaign.] [EDWARDS – says his message will work anywhere in America.] [“Des Moines Register” David YEPSEN†- notes the difficulty in predicting this race.] [Voter Jessica HANSEN‡- comments.]

(Los Angeles: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Des Moines: David Gregory) The race among the Republicans featured; scenes shown of Huckabee playing his guitar and Senator John McCain and Mitt Romney campaigning; ads shown. [HUCKABEE – campaigns.] [NBC News political director Chuck TODD†- comments on Huckabee’s decision to pull an ad attacking Romney.] McCain’s lead in New Hampshire noted.

(Los Angeles: Brian Williams; Des Moines: Tim Russert) The excitement in Iowa and what voters are looking for discussed.

Williams, Brian;
Mitchell, Andrea;
Gregory, David;
Russert, Tim

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