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Decision 2008 / South Carolina #891884

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Jan 23, 2008
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Senator Barack Obama’s advantage over Senator Hillary Clinton among black voters in South Carolina noted.

(Columbia, South Carolina: Tom Brokaw) The focus on politics on black radio in the final days before South Carolina’s Democratic primary featured; callers’ comments played; scenes shown from a Martin Luther King Day rally at the state capitol grounds. [WWDM’s “On Point with Cynthia Hardy” Cynthia HARDY†- says apathy is being replaced by passion.] [State representative Chris HART†- says the same people who used to pick cotton are going to pick the president.] [Clinton campaign Kelly ADAMS†, Obama campaign Amaya SMITH†, “Urban Scene” host Don FRIERSON†, “The State” reporter Warren BOLTON††- comment.]

Williams, Brian;
Brokaw, Tom

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