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Campaign '88 / Minnesota and South Dakota #114055

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 24, 1988
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Senator Robert Dole's win in Minnesota and South Dakota reported Representative Richard Gephardt reported winning in South Dakota while Governor Michael Dukakis reported winning in Minnesota. Report introduced.

(Atlanta, Georgia: Jim Wooten) Gephardt reported attacking Dukakis and Senator Albert Gore while campaign in Texas. [GEPHARDT - criticizes Dukakis and Gore.] [GORE - says Dukakis has mentioned no specific economy remedies.] Dukakis and Jesse Jackson shown on campaign trail. Skipping of South primaries by Senator Paul Simon reported [SIMON - says campaign will begin anew after "Super Tuesday"] Prospects for "Super Tuesday" in South reviewed.

Jennings, Peter;
Wooten, Jim

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