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Sunday, February 3, 2008

Campaign '08 Predictions

As Super Tuesday approaches and the presidential candidates continue to trek across the nation in the hopes of attracting voters, Bob Schieffer says that campaign predictions can be tricky at times.

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McCain On Frontrunner Status

While Republican presidential hopeful John McCain may be leading in the polls, the Arizona senator has gained his share of detractors. McCain discusses his frontrunner status with Bob Schieffer.

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Obama On Clinton; McCain

From stances on the economy to his position on the Iraq War, Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama tells Bob Schieffer about his differences with Hillary Clinton and John McCain.

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Super Tuesday Plans For Obama

Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama discusses his main rival Hillary Clinton and his campaign strategies for Super Tuesday in an exclusive interview with Bob Schieffer.

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Campaigns Take On N.Y.

CBS News RAW: Supporters for presidential candidates Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton and John McCain rallied across New York in preparation for this state's upcoming Super Tuesday primary election.

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Undecided Voters Not In A Rush

As Super Tuesday approaches, polls in many participating states show that up to 20 percent of voters are still undecided. Joie Chen reports.

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Rescue Mission In Chad

A lull in the fighting between the government and rebel attackers in Chad gave France an opportunity to evacuate foreigners. Russ Mitchell talks with Stop Genocide Now about the country's turmoil.

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Latino Vote Predicted To Surge

Over nine million Latinos are predicted to vote in the upcoming presidential election and each candidate is trying to get a piece of the action. Sandra Hughes reports.

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Clinton Stresses Strong Policy

Hillary Clinton is taking measures to show that her campaign is based on sound policy, not rhetoric. Jim Axelrod reports

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McCain Tops Popularity Poll

A new poll shows John McCain as the "most electable" GOP candidate, but the camps of Mitt Romney and Mike Huckabee say the race isn't over yet. Bill Whitaker reports.

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Obama Unafraid Of Past Votes

Barack Obama believes he is a stronger Democratic presidential candidate than Hillary Clinton because, if elected, he won't have to explain his "votes in the past." Dean Reynolds reports.

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