Democratic Women Still Undecided in South Carolina

Jan 23, 2008

(1/23/08) As the South Carolina Democratic primary approaches, something that would have been considered impossible not all that long ago, is now a political reality. For the first time in U.S. history, a party's leading candidates for president are an African American, Barack Obama, and a woman, Hillary Clinton. But many African American women in South Carolina - a key demographic in this weekend's primary - are still trying to decide which candidate they're going to vote for. WFAE's Scott Graf reports.