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(Studio: Brian Williams) The Republican primary in Florida introduced.
(St. Petersburg, Florida: Ron Allen) The intense race in Florida between Senator John McCain and Mitt Romney featured; details given about Rudolph Giuliani’s strategy. [ROMNEY – campaigns on immigration.] [McCAIN – talks about security.] [NBC News correspondent Kelly O’DONNELL – comments on McCain’s endorsements.] [NBC News correspondent John YANG – says Giuliani expressed doubts about his strategy.]
(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.
(Davie, Florida: Andrea Mitchell) The Democratic primary in Florida, which will not count any delegates after violating party rules, featured; scenes shown of former President Bill Clinton campaigning for his wife in New Jersey.
(Studio: Brian Williams, Tim Russert) The concerns of Florida voters and the huge stakes for all the candidates discussed; poll findings cited.
- Williams, Brian;
- Allen, Ron;
- Mitchell, Andrea;
- Russert, Tim
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