Election 2008

John Edwards' Adviser on Sprint Strategy

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Democrat John Edwards is locked in a three-way tie in Iowa with Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama. But the influential Des Moines Register opted for a Clinton endorsement earlier this week.

Joe Trippi, senior adviser to the Edwards campaign, talks with Michele Norris about strategy for the sprint to the Iowa caucuses on Jan. 3.



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