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Decision 2012 / Republicans #998837

NBC Evening News for Monday, May 30, 2011
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(Studio: Kate Snow) Report introduced.

(Washington: Kristen Welker) A day of campaigning and appearances by Republican candidates and potential candidates for president reviewed; scenes shown of former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin visiting historic sites during her bus tour, former Governor Mitt Romney with the people, Representative Michele Bachmann at a Memorial Day event in New Hampshire, and former Governor Tim Pawlenty campaigning in Iowa; Gallup Poll findings cited. [“Washington Post” Nia-Malika HENDERSON†- outlines signs Palin will not run.] [ROMNEY – explains how he will beat President Obama.] [BACHMANN – predicts she will do favorably against Obama.] [PAWLENTY – campaigns.] [Former Republican National Committee spokesman Doug HEYE†- notes Obama is a great candidate and prolific fundraiser.]

Snow, Kate;
Welker, Kristen

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