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(Studio: Sam Donaldson) Results of ABC News/"Washington Post" tracking poll on standings of Democrat front-runners in New Hampshire outlined on screen. Report introduced.
(Manchester, New Hampshire: Jim Wooten) Democrat cands. campaign in New Hampshire featured. [Senator Paul SIMON - says will finish ahead of Representative Richard Gephardt; says race will be between Simon and Governor Michael Dukakis.] [GEPHARDT - attacks Simon's position on taxes.] Focusing of Democrats on tax issue detailed; Gephardt TV ad. shown. [DUKAKIS - discusses Massachusetts taxes.]
(Henniker, New Hampshire: Rebecca Chase) Jesse Jackson's campaign in New Hampshire featured; details given, scenes shown of Jackson's campaign train. [JACKSON - says sees election as 50-state process.] Senator Albert Gore's decision to concentrate on South noted. [On "This Wk.", GORE - says campaign is emphasizing "Super Tuesday"] Gore shown campaign in New Hampshire. [Gary HART - campaigns.] [Bruce BABBITT - says will get the ski vote.] Babbitt shown skiing.
- Chase, Rebecca;
- Donaldson, Sam;
- Wooten, Jim
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