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America Votes 2008 / Democrats #899449

CNN Evening News for Saturday, Apr 26, 2008
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(Studio: Rick Sanchez) The upcoming Democratic primaries in North Carolina and Indiana noted.

(Anderson, Indiana: Jim Acosta) The campaigns of Senators Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama featured; scenes shown from Indiana of Clinton with Senator Evan Bayh and Obama playing basketball and bowling; details given of Obama’s rejection of Clinton’s call for a one-on-one debate without moderators. [CLINTON – criticizes Obama; comments on the future of her campaign.] [OBAMA – campaigns.] [Obama campaign strategist David AXELROD††– comments on debates.]

(Studio: Rick Sanchez) The superdelegate count in North Carolina and Indiana for both candidates cited.

(Studio: Josh Levs) Clinton’s assertion that she is winning this election featured; popular vote count cited. [CLINTON – says she has received more votes than anybody else.] [OBAMA – says we’ve won twice as many states and the popular vote.]

(Studio: Rick Sanchez, Josh Levs) The popular vote vs. the delegate count, the debate over whether to count votes in Florida and Michigan and Clinton’s call for debates discussed.

Sanchez, Rick;
Acosta, Jim;
Levs, Josh

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