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CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Jul 08, 2008
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[In Unity, New Hampshire, Senator Hillary CLINTON - urges her supporters to back Senator Barack Obama.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) CNN polls findings on the number of Hillary supporters who would not vote for Obama or Senator John McCain cited.

(Washington: Joe Johns) The pressure on Obama from Clinton supporters examined; statistics on Clinton donors cited. [Major Clinton donor Lynn FORESTER†- comments on her personal decision about Obama, whom she does not like or trust.] [Florida Representative Debbie WASSERMAN SCHULTZ†- says the slow shift to Obama is not unexpected: that they need to be won over.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Johns, Joe

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