NBC Evening News for Thursday, Jan 10, 2008
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(Washington: Andrea Mitchell) The campaigning by the Democrats in the presidential race featured; details given of Senator John Kerry’s endorsement of Senator Barack Obama and the withdrawal of Governor Bill Richardson. [KERRY – backs Obama.] [OBAMA – campaigns.] [NBC News correspondent Lee COWAN – comments on Kerry’s impact on Obama’s campaign.]
(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.
(Charleston, South Carolina: Ron Allen) The Republican race in South Carolina reviewed; details given of the battle between Senator John McCain and Mike Huckabee and the issues of the Iraq war and illegal immigration; scenes shown of McCain campaigning and Huckabee jogging. [Greenville resident Deirdre FARRA- comments on McCain.] [South Carolina Republican Party chairman Katon LAWSON- comments on the urgency between the campaigns.]