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Campaign '88 / New Hampshire/ Bright Collar Vote #113868

ABC Evening News for Monday, Feb 15, 1988
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Profile of New Hampshire featured; scenes shown of cands. campaign [Service station owner John SARETTE - discusses personal economy philosophy.] Physical and socioecon. changes in New Hampshire reported; scenes shown. [University of Massachusetts professor Ralph WHITEHEAD - discusses new class of voters in New Hampshire.] Econ. growth and population changes in New Hampshire noted. [New Hampshire WOMAN - describes preferred pol. type.] New voter, the "bright collar" voter, profiled. [Communications director Mike NETKOVICK - describes qualifications for president] [Public health consultant Ann KRONSER, first WOMAN - tell what kind of cand. they seek.]

Jennings, Peter

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