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'88 Vote / Presidential Candidates #107599

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Feb 21, 1987
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(Studio: Kathleen Sullivan) Senator Sam Nunn's statement on his possible president cand. in 1988 outlined.

(NYC: Jim Wooten) Impact on Democrat president hopefuls of New York Governor Mario Cuomo's withdrawal from race examined; details given, scenes shown. [Democrat pollster Peter HART - considers Cuomo's reasons.] Implications for contenders Richard Gephardt, Bruce Babbitt, Gary Hart considered. [Peter HART - thinks Gary Hart's chief opponent has been only temporarily eliminated.] [Governor Michael DUKAKIS - comments.] Senators Joseph Biden, Bill Bradley, Jesse Jackson considered. [JACKSON -comments.]

Sullivan, Kathleen;
Wooten, Jim

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