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Decision 2008 / Polls / Republicans #891970

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Jan 24, 2008
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(Boca Raton: Brian Williams) Representative Dennis Kucinich’s withdrawal from the presidential race noted.

(Boca Raton: Brian Williams, Tim Russert) The findings of the latest polls on the Republican race in Florida, the Democratic race in South Carolina and the overall race for president cited and discussed.

(Boca Raton: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Boca Raton: David Gregory) The debate over who is the most conservative among the Republican contenders examined. [Senator John McCAIN – says he is a conservative.] [“National Review” Byron YORK†- comments on the debate between conservatives and Republicans.] [Voice of radio host Rush LIMBAUGH – predicts the Party will be destroyed if McCain or Mike Huckabee get the nomination.] [Florida Atlantic University student Rolando HERRERA†- says there is no conservative Republican on every issue.]

(Boca Raton: Brian Williams) Tonight’s Republican debate noted.

Williams, Brian;
Russert, Tim;
Gregory, David

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