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Decision 2008 / Democrats / Pennsylvania #903675

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Apr 22, 2008
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Primary day in Pennsylvania introduced.

(Philadelphia: Andrea Mitchell) The race between Senators Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama featured; details given of Clinton’s need for a big win; scenes shown of both candidates at cheesesteak places. [On the radio, voice of former President Bill CLINTON – denies he is a racist.] [OBAMA – responds.] [To reporter, B. CLINTON – says he won’t play games.] [Philadelphia Mayor Michael NUTTER†- says voters are not paying attention to the flap over race.] [H. CLINTON – says we would be able to obliterate Iran.] [In October 2007, H. CLINTON – supports diplomacy.] [Today, H. CLINTON, OBAMA – describe what a win is.]

(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Evansville, Indiana: Lee Cowan) Obama’s switched focus to Indiana featured.

(Studio: Brian Williams, Tim Russert) Exit poll data discussed.

Williams, Brian;
Mitchell, Andrea;
Cowan, Lee;
Russert, Tim

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