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NBC Evening News for Saturday, Mar 29, 2008
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(Studio: Hoda Kotb) A busy day on the Democratic campaign trail introduced.

(Kentucky: Ron Allen) Senator Hillary Clinton's determined campaigning in Indiana and Kentucky featured; details given about the issue of her staying in the race. [CLINTON - talks about people getting the chance to vote.] [ Mary Ann AKERS†- says Senator John McCain has the advantage.] [In response to question, CLINTON - says this spirited contest is a plus.] The pledged delegates and superdelegates math outlined on screen. ["Chicago Sun-Times" Lynn SWEET†- suggests the uncommitted superdelegates could decide sooner.] [In North Carolina, Chelsea CLINTON - says Florida should count.]

(Studio: Hoda Kotb) What Senator Barack Obama has said about the "Hillary thing" and the race question introduced.

(Johnstown, Pennsylvania: Lee Cowen) Senator Barack Obama's campaign in Pennsylvania featured; map shown of cities he will hit; details given about the demographics of the state favoring Clinton. [OBAMA - promises more town hall meetings....] [Senator Bob CASEY - speaks about Obama.] [University of Pennsylvania at Johnstown professor Ray WRABLEY†- offers analysis.]

Kotb, Hoda;
Allen, Ron;
Cowen, Lee

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