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Campaign 2008 / McCain / Palin, the Governor #903931

CNN Evening News for Friday, Sep 05, 2008
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Anchorage: Randi Kaye) The record of Alaska Governor Sarah Palin examined; details given about her personal approach to politics, shaking up the old boys network, her poll numbers in the state for going up against the oil industry and the ethics investigation. [At the convention, PALIN - jokes about being a hockey mom; speaks about the natural gas pipeline she started.] [Alaska senate president Lyda GREEN†- says people are afraid of Palin; states she originally supported the bridge project.] [Alaska state representative Les GARA†- assesses Palin.] [Republican pollster Marc HELLENTHAL†- says Palin symbolizes hope and ethics; calls her "Saint Sarah"; states her blunt style works here.] [PALIN - speaks about the bridge to nowhere.] The story behind what she said about the state plane that she put on the Internet discussed.

Cooper, Anderson;
Kaye, Randi

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