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(Studio: Katie Couric) Tomorrow’s Democratic primary in South Carolina noted; McClatchy poll figures cited.
(Columbia, South Carolina: Jim Axelrod) Former President Bill Clinton’s role in his wife’s presidential campaign featured; details given about his attacks on Senator Barack Obama. [B. CLINTON – says he likes this election because he hasn’t had to be against anybody.] [Former South Carolina Democratic Party chairman Dick HARPOOTLIAN- says Bill Clinton doesn’t understand the boundaries.] [In last night’s Republican debate, Mitt ROMNEY, Rudolph GIULIANI, Senator John McCAIN – attack Senator Hillary Clinton.] The expectations for tomorrow’s voter turnout discussed.
(Studio: Katie Couric) Report introduced.
(Miami: Byron Pitts) The frequent references to former President Ronald Reagan by the Republican candidates in Florida featured. [Senator Mel MARTINEZ- endorses McCain.] [ROMNEY – campaigns on the economy.] [McCAIN, GIULIANI – mention Reagan.] [Republican analyst Ron CHRISTIE- says the candidates are trying to appeal to the conservative base.]
- Couric, Katie;
- Axelrod, Jim;
- Pitts, Byron
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