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America Votes 2008 / Democrats / Clinton vs. Obama / Discussion #894765

CNN Evening News for Saturday, Mar 22, 2008
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(Studio: Rick Sanchez) The increasing nastiness between the campaigns of Democratic presidential candidates Senators Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton noted. [Former President Bill CLINTON – comments on the accomplishments of his wife and Senator John McCain and how they both love this country.] Live in-studio discussion held with radio hosts Martha Zoller† and Frank Ski† and Latino Women of Georgia Rocio Woody† about what Bill Clinton was implying about Obama. [ZOLLER, SKI, WOODY - express views.] New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson’s endorsement of Obama noted. [RICHARDSON – backs Obama.] Democratic strategist James Carville’s reaction to Richardson’s endorsement quoted. [ZOLLER, SKI, WOODY – comment.] Question for viewers presented.
Sanchez, Rick

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