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Campaign 2008 / Obama vs. McCain / The Campaign / A Discussion #910077

CNN Evening News for Monday, Nov 03, 2008
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The crowd in Manassas, Virginia, waiting for Senator Barack Obama to speak shown. Live discussion held with CNN's David Gergen, Gloria Borger, Paul Begala and Roland Martin and Republican strategists Bay Buchanan and Ed Rollins about the race between Obama and Senator John McCain. [GERGEN - predicts how the undecided voters will likely go.] [BERGER - comments on the campaigns' turnout operations.] [ROLLINS - calls Obama's organization "awesome"] [BEGALA - jokes about Governor Sarah Palin and Valentino; notes McCain's running mate is really President Bush.] [BUCHANAN - comments on the campaign strategy in Pennsylvania based on what Obama said about coal; calls the election "electric."] [MARTIN - says the election will be about turnout, turnout, turnout.]
Cooper, Anderson

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