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Campaign 2008 / Iowa / New Hampshire #889487

CBS Evening News for Friday, Jan 04, 2008
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(Studio: Katie Couric) Senator Barack Obama’s historic win in the Iowa caucuses noted; poll findings on the Democrats in New Hampshire cited.

(Milford, New Hampshire: Dean Reynolds) The campaigning by Obama and Senator Hillary Clinton in New Hampshire featured; scenes shown; entrance poll figures from Iowa cited. [In Concord, OBAMA – campaigns.] [Independent voters Will BRUNKHORST†, Arthur CHICADERIS†- comment.] [CLINTON – reacts to her loss in Iowa; says people need to ask where Obama stands.] The surge in online donations for Obama noted.

(Studio: Katie Couric) Mike Huckabee’s win in Iowa reported; poll findings on the Republicans in New Hampshire cited.

(Concord, New Hampshire: Nancy Cordes) Huckabee’s campaign in New Hampshire featured; scenes shown of him playing guitar and showing pictures on the plane; details given about his supporters. [In New Hampshire, HUCKABEE – campaigns.] [In interview, HUCKABEE – speaks of the middle class and small business owners.] Mitt Romney and Senator John McCain shown campaigning in New Hampshire. [ROMNEY – reacts to his second place finish in Iowa.]

Reporter(s):
Couric, Katie;
Reynolds, Dean;
Cordes, Nancy
Duration:
00:04:40

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