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Campaign 2008 / Democrats / West Virginia / A Discussion #892488

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, May 13, 2008
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Studio: Wolf Blitzer) The projected win in West Virginia for Senator Hillary Clinton over Senator Barack Obama reviewed; electronic map shown of the state.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper, John King) A closer look at the Clinton win in West Virginia discussed; electronic map shown of the state and nearby regions that were won by President Bush in '04; details given about the Clinton argument.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Clinton, in her own words, presented. [CLINTON - says this race is not over yet; calls for the seating of delegates from Florida and Michigan; states she believes she is the strongest candidate; notes no Democrat has won since 1916 without winning West Virginia.]

(Studio: Bill Schneider, Soledad O'Brien) The big win in West Virginia by Clinton analyzed; voter breakdown outlined on screen and discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's John King, Suzanne Malveaux and Donna Brazile about the Democrats. [KING - outlines what Obama has to do with the voting blocs where he is weak.] [MALVEAUX - comments on the Obama strategy.] [BRAZILE - comments on the Clinton rhetoric in the campaign, how the delegates are watching the clock and what Obama must do.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Blitzer, Wolf;
John, Anderson Cooper,;
Soledad, Bill Schneider,
Duration:
00:14:40

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