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Iowa Caucus 2008
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Summary: Barack Obama on Plane
Story No: X06458
Source: ABC News VideoSource
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 01/04/2008 12:00 AM
People: Barack Obama, John Edwards, Hillary Clinton
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Senator Barack Obama took questions from Reporters on his plane

Wright: What message does it send to John Edwards and Hillary Clinton?

Obama: "I don't want to get into the prognosticating. That's your job. But I want to say thank you to the people of Iowa because I think they sparked a potential movement for change in the country that will be inspiring for a lot of people." (please note, this shot includes a walking shot of Obama's down the isle of the plane towards the back of the plane, head on)

Obama: "Alright everybody. It is good to see you. We had a good night. My throat is hoarse, but my spirits are good."

Reporter: Are you surprised by the margin?

It was quite a few points. "You know, what I'll tell you is that, that what I was so pleased with was not just the fact that we won, or the raw numbers, but what it showed about the country. You know, I think it's fair to say that there were some who were skeptical that young people would come out, that independents and Republicans would be voting Democratic in a caucus -- caucusing in a Democratic caucus - that we would see the kind of boost in turnout that we had anticipated. And, um, and so it really was a victory for the people of Iowa that I think it's a harbinger of what's going to happen around the country.

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Subjects: Presidential elections, National elections, Elections, Government and politics
People: Barack Obama, John Edwards, Hillary Clinton
Locations: Iowa
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Iowa Caucus 2008
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Summary: Thompson Speech
Story No: X06451
Source: ABC News VideoSource
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 01/04/2008 12:00 AM
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The first big presidential race happened this evening in Iowa. And Fred Thompson came in third place for the Republicans.

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Locations: Iowa
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Iowa Caucus 2008
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Summary: Iowa Senator Tom Harkin
Story No: X06469
Source: ABC News VideoSource
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 01/03/2008 12:00 AM
People: Thomas Harkin
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This is the earliest the Iowa Caucuses have ever been held. The Iowa Caucuses have led off the political season ever since 1972. But with a number of states moving up their primary dates, Iowa was forced to have its caucuses just after the new year if it wanted to continue to be the first test of the presidential election year. Iowa Senator Tom Harkin, who ran for president in 1992, says having the caucuses first puts Iowa in a very important position. He says voters in the state take this process very seriously, knowing the caucuses can make or break some campaigns.

SOT Harkins "Well, I'll tell you we never planned that it was ever going to be like this and it's taking on a life of it's own and of course I think with all the other stations that moved up, you know, that this year made Iowa more important then every before. So Iowa's is really a winnowing out process" SOT Harkin "That's the one thing about the caucuses in Iowa that I really like the people in Iowa take them really seriously on both sides the Republican and Democratic they take their involvement very seriously and their very issue oriented"

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Subjects: State legislative branch, US state legislation, Caucuses, Legislature, Government and politics, State legislative branch, State governments, Legislative, Elections
People: Thomas Harkin
Locations: Iowa
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Iowa Caucus 2008
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Summary: Candidate Mike Huckabee Last Minute Campaigning
Story No: X06456
Source: ABC News VideoSource
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 01/03/2008 12:00 AM
People: Mike Huckabee
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Republican Presidential Candidate Mike Huckabee is getting in some last minute campaigning this morning as Iowans prepare for tonight' s caucus. Speaking at an event in Burlington, Huckabee urged his supporters to attend the caucus and to ask their friends to attend as well. He told them not be tempted to stay home to watch the Orange Bowl, joking that it would be a boring game anyway.

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Subjects: Presidential elections, National elections, Elections, Government and politics
People: Mike Huckabee
Locations: Burlington
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Iowa Caucus 2008
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Summary: Huckabee Last Minute Campaigning
Story No: X06461
Source: Pool
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 01/03/2008 12:00 AM
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Huckabee comes to microphones sot Huckabee introduced by his wife on stage wide of crowd and pan to Huckabee on stage Huckabee sot Huckabee shaking hands with voters In the last hours before voters in Iowa begin to caucus, Huckabee restated his pro life credentials. And he told reporters he is ready for the long march to the White House.

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Iowa Caucus 2008
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Summary: Hillary Iowa Conceding
Story No: X06454
Source: Pool
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 01/03/2008 12:00 AM
People: Hillary Clinton, John Edwards
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Hillary Clinton rally where she ran a close tie with John Edwards this evening at the Iowa Caucus.

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People: Hillary Clinton, John Edwards
Locations: Iowa
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Iowa Caucus 2008
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Summary: Edwards Iowa Rally
Story No: X06453
Source: Pool
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 01/03/2008 12:00 AM
People: John Edwards, Hillary Clinton
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John Edwards still running a close tie with Hillary Clinton this evening at the Iowa Caucus.

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People: John Edwards, Hillary Clinton
Locations: Iowa
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Iowa Caucus 2008
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Summary: Huckabee Prayer
Story No: X06473
Source: Pool
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 01/03/2008 12:00 AM
People: Mike Huckabee
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1. A Group Of Huckabee Supporters Praying For Mike Huckabee

2. Group Of Huckabee Suporters Singing God Bless America

People Attending The Iowa Caucus Gathered Inside A Ball Room To Pray For Presidential Hopeful Mike Huckabee.

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Subjects: Presidential elections, National elections, Elections, Government and politics
People: Mike Huckabee
Locations: Iowa
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Iowa Caucus 2008
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Summary: Ron Paul Talking About Health Care
Story No: X06465
Source: ABC News VideoSource
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 01/03/2008 12:00 AM
People: Ron Paul
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Texas Congressman Ron Paul's run for President has generated a lot of grass roots interest. The question is whether it will be enough to produce a good showing in Iowa. On the afternoon (1/3) of the Republican Caucus Paul who is a medical doctor was in Des Moines talking about Health Care. Paul believes by removing federal regulations, encouraging competition, and presenting what he calls real choices, our health care system could be the envy of the world once again.

MS Paul speaking from the stage. WS the auditorium full of people. MS members of the audience. MS Paul on stage and the audience.

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People: Ron Paul
Locations: Des Moines
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Iowa Caucus 2008
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Summary: Democratic Caucus In Davenport
Story No: X06475
Source: ABC News VideoSource
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 01/03/2008 12:00 AM
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Voters gathered across Iowa to take the first step in selecting the nominees for the presidential election. In Davenport, Democrats started the process Thursday, some for the first time. Hundreds of thousands of people participated in the evening long-event that dates back to the late 1960's.

CU of volunteer helping woman sign in.

CU, sign in form. Low angle MS of sign-in table.

CU of registration form as woman fills it out.

CU, young woman standing nearby in Dodd T-shirt.

Panning WS of caucus-goers in room. CU of man sitting next to Biden sign.

MS, people at table with Dodd signs.MS, man at podium.

NAT SOT- man "The official count of the caucus is 145 attendees. So that means the viability is 21-point-75, which is, it takes 22 people to be viable."

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Locations: Davenport
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