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Campaign 2008 / Democrats / North Carolina, Indiana #892854

ABC Evening News for Sunday, May 04, 2008
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(Studio: Dan Harris) The Tuesday primaries for Senators Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama in North Carolina and Indiana introduced; delegate count listed.

(Indianapolis: Jake Tapper) The day's campaigning in Indiana featured; scenes shown of Obama with his daughters; details given of Clinton's plan of convincing voters he is not one of them. [CLINTON - campaigns about the differences between us.] [On "This Week," CLINTON - defends her views on the gas tax and retaliating against Iran.] [On "Meet the Press," OBAMA - criticizes Clinton's language.]

(Studio: Dan Harris) Live discussion held with "Time" magazine's Mark Halperin about the primaries. [HALPERIN - says North Carolina is the key for Clinton; comments on the gas tax vacation issue.]

Harris, Dan;
Tapper, Jake

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