This program is 28 minutes long
(St. Petersburg: John Berman) The Florida campaign a week before Super Tuesday featured; scenes shown of last-minute campaigning. [Mitt ROMNEY, Senator John McCAIN - criticize each other.] [In interview, ROMNEY - predicts two will come out of Florida.] [Former New York City Mayor Rudolph GIULIANI - says don't listen to the polls.] [Analyst Matthew DOWD- says whoever wins gets a jump up.] The direction for Romney and McCain after Florida outlined.
(Studio: Charles Gibson; Washington: George Stephanopoulos) How the economy is the number one issue, the Republican strategy up to Super Tuesday, what Giuliani will do and Romney's funding discussed.
(Washington: Kate Snow) How the Democrats will campaign for Super Tuesday previewed; scenes shown from the campaign trail; map shown; details given about the endorsement from Senator Edward Kennedy and Caroline Kennedy. [In El Dorado, Kansas, Senator Barack OBAMA - campaigns.] [Democratic strategist Tad DEVINE- says the candidates have to make decisions with California being the "big enchilada."]
(White House: Martha Raddatz) The reaction to the new Senate plan examined; details given about the proposed package to include spending on infrastructure, housing, heating assistance, unemployment insurance and a rebate for the wealthy. [President BUSH - worries the Senate will load up the bill.] [Senators Kent CONRAD, Harry REID - oppose the uncapped rebate.] [Former Secretary of Treasury Lawrence SUMMERS- opposes delay.]
(Clayton, North Carolina and Studio: Betsy Stark) One couple's fight to keep their home in Clayton, North Carolina, presented; scenes shown from Clayton, North Carolina. [Parents and son Susan, Michael and Brian WALKER - say the mortgage rate kept going up and bills can't get paid; react to their mortgage being refinanced.]
(New York: David Muir) Medical research on the universal phenomenon of the midlife blues during people's 40's examined; graph shown. [Warwick University Andrew OSWALD- outlines a theory.] [56-year-old Gail HARRIS - says you start assessing where you are in your 40's.] [WOMAN, Harold GOLDMAN - comment.]