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Decision 2008 / Obama vs. McCain / Election Day #922839

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 04, 2008
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Los Angeles: George Lewis) The voting today in the presidential race between Senators Barack Obama and John McCain reviewed; scenes shown of lines across the country, former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger in line in New York City, 86-year-old new citizen Maria Reyes‡ casting her first ballot in an American election, Vietnamese Americans voting in California’s Little Saigon, a Fort Worth woman voting from her hospital bed, “Uncle Sam” in Shreveport, Louisiana, and a McCain vs. Obama turtle race in Tulsa. [“Today” host Matt LAUER – comments on the crowds.] [In Los Angeles, voter Gerald WASHINGTON – says this is a historic time.] [Reyes DAUGHTER – says we want Obama.] [Vietnamese American VOTER – supports McCain.]

Williams, Brian;
Lewis, George

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