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Campaign 2008 / Democrats / Pennsylvania Primary #891070

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Apr 23, 2008
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(Studio: Harry Smith) Senator Hillary Clinton's 10 point win in the Pennsylvania primary over Senator Barack Obama noted.

(New Albany, Indiana: Dean Reynolds) Obama's campaign in Indiana and North Carolina featured; Republican Party ad in North Carolina attacking Obama shown. [Senator John McCAIN - says this is not the message of his campaign.] [OBAMA - says McCain could stop the ad.] [Obama campaign strategist David AXELROD†- questions the Clinton strategy.]

(Studio: Harry Smith) The standing of Obama over Clinton in the primary states of North Carolina and Indiana according to the "Los Angeles Times"/Bloomberg poll cited.

(Washington: Jim Axelrod) The Clinton campaign's need for cash featured; scenes shown of Hillary in Indiana; details given about online donations after her win in Pennsylvania. [CLINTON - says we are being outspent; campaigns on her vote total.] [Clinton campaign chairman Terry McAULIFFE†- reacts to the explosion of donations.]

(Studio: Harry Smith) The popular vote totals for Obama over Clinton cited.

(Studio: Jeff Greenfield) The Democratic race by the numbers after Pennsylvania examined; voter demographic statistics for North Carolina and Indiana cited. [CBS News director of surveys Kathleen FRANKOVIC†- assesses the vote in North Carolina.] How the undecided voters tend to go for Clinton, not Obama, discussed.

Reporter(s):
Smith, Harry;
Reynolds, Dean;
Axelrod, Jim;
Greenfield, Jeff
Duration:
00:07:00

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