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Decision 2008 / After New Hampshire #889752

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Jan 09, 2008
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(Nevada: Brian Williams) The comeback victories for Senators Hillary Clinton and John McCain in the New Hampshire primaries noted.

(Washington: Andrea Mitchell) Clinton’s stunning upset examined. [CLINTON – says she found her own voice.] [“NBC News”/”Wall Street Journal” pollster Peter HART†- comments on support from women.] [Pollster Ronald LESTER†- comments on the race issue.]

(Nevada: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(New York: Lee Cowan) Senator Barack Obama’s campaign after his loss in New Hampshire reviewed; scenes shown of crowds in New Jersey; details given about new labor endorsements in Nevada, including the Culinary Workers Union. [OBAMA – campaigns.] [Culinary Workers Union D. TAYLOR†- speaks about Nevada voters.] John Edwards’s vow to continue his campaign noted; scenes shown from South Carolina. [“National Journal” political director Ron BROWNSTEIN†- comments on the race between Clinton and Obama.]

(Nevada: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Charleston, South Carolina: Kelly O’Donnell) The wide-open Republican race featured; scenes shown of Senator John McCain and Mitt Romney in Michigan, Mike Huckabee and Fred Thompson in South Carolina and Rudolph Giuliani in Florida. [McCAIN, ROMNEY, HUCKABEE – campaign.] [NBC News political director Chuck TODD†- says there is no frontrunner.]

(Nevada: Brian Williams; Washington: Tim Russert) The New Hampshire primary results discussed.

Reporter(s):
Williams, Brian;
Mitchell, Andrea;
Cowan, Lee;
O’Donnell, Kelly;
Russert, Tim
Duration:
00:09:20

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