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Campaign 2008 / Democrats #900991

CBS Evening News for Friday, Mar 28, 2008
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(Studio: Harry Smith) Report introduced.

(Washington: Chip Reid) Pressure from Democratic Party leaders to end the battle between Senators Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama featured; Gallup poll results cited. [Senator Patrick LEAHY†- says he doesn’t see Clinton as being the nominee.] [Senator Christopher DODD†- calls for getting behind Obama.] [Democratic National Committee chairman Howard DEAN†- calls for superdelegates to make a decision.] [CLINTON – comments on pleas to shut down her campaign.]

(Studio: Harry Smith) Report introduced.

(Studio: Jeff Greenfield) The likelihood that the nominee will be decided by the superdelegates examined. [Uncommitted superdelegate Bob MULHOLLAND – comments on the interest in superdelegates.] [Uncommitted superdelegate Senator Benjamin CARDIN†- says it’s a complicated process.] [Democratic strategist Joe TRIPPI†- says Clinton and Obama have strong bases.] The outlook for ending this race discussed.

(Studio: Harry Smith) Further comments from Obama on his pastor, Rev. Jeremiah Wright, noted.

Smith, Harry;
Reid, Chip;
Greenfield, Jeff

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