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America Votes 2008 / Wyoming / Economy #892913

CNN Evening News for Saturday, Mar 08, 2008
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(Studio: Rick Sanchez) Senator Barack Obama’s victory over Senator Hillary Clinton in the Wyoming caucus reported; delegate count cited.

(New York: Christine Romans) Voter concern about the economy and the dismal jobs market examined. [Technology worker Mark BOLDEN†- comments on his job search.] [New York State Department of Labor Ladessia JOHNSON†- notes people from service industries and retail sales are looking for jobs.] [Representative Elijah CUMMINGS†- questions a labor official.]

(Studio: Rick Sanchez) Clinton’s remarks on the economy quoted. Live in-studio discussion held with “Pink” magazine editor Cynthia Good†, “Southern Political Report” editor Tom Baxter†, and White House Advisory Committee on Asian Affairs Baoky N. Vu† about the issue of the economy in this election and Clinton’s role during her husband’s presidency. [GOOD, BAXTER, VU - offer views.]

Reporter(s):
Sanchez, Rick;
Romans, Christine
Duration:
00:07:20

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