Election 2008

Huckabee: Same Message, New Focus for N.H.

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Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee won Thursday night's Iowa caucuses, the first presidential contest of 2008. Huckabee is the former governor of Arkansas and an ordained Baptist Minister, and it's thought that a strong evangelical turnout at the GOP caucuses helped him.

Huckabee talks with Melissa Block about whether he'll change his message in New Hampshire, where the political climate differs from Iowa.



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