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Decision 2008 / Democrats / Superdelegates #901037

NBC Evening News for Monday, Mar 31, 2008
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Washington: Andrea Mitchell) The struggles for Senator Hillary Clinton’s campaign against Senator Barack Obama featured; details given about her campaign debt; online appeals from Hillary and Bill Clinton quoted; scenes shown of her meeting with truckers and of Obama in a barn, a bar and a bowling alley. [OBAMA – acknowledges his donors.] [Democratic strategist Steve McMAHON†- says if the momentum is not going your way the dollars don’t come in.] [At North Carolina State University, in response to a question about the Monica Lewinsky scandal, Chelsea CLINTON – says it’s personal.] [Saturday, C. CLINTON – comments on Florida’s election problems.]

(Studio: Brian Williams) High-profile superdelegates who have not yet taken sides listed.

(Jefferson City, Missouri: John Yang) The unprecedented role of the superdelegates featured. [Missouri National Education Assn. political director/superdelegate Lelia MEDLEY†- worries about tearing the party apart; comments on her phone call from Bill Clinton.] [Missouri superdelegate Maria CHAPPELLE-NADAL††- says our mission is not to beat up each other.]

Williams, Brian;
Mitchell, Andrea;
Yang, John

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