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Campaign '88 / New Hampshire / History #114243

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Feb 09, 1988
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Earthquake in New Hampshire reported Report introduced.

(Nashua, New Hampshire: Richard Threlkeld) Turning of election campaign to state of New Hampshire reported; details given, scenes shown of lifestyle in New Hampshire. [New Hampshire residents Denise CASINGUINO - says Iowa vote won't effect vote here.] [Gary CASINGUINO - says doubts Gary Hart can carry on after Iowa.] [New Hampshire residents Jean and John POTTER - express feelings about Bush's defeat.] Impact of Iowa fallout on New Hampshire voters mentioned.

(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.

(Bedford, New Hampshire: Brit Hume) History of New Hampshire primary featured. [Ex-pres. cand. Walter MONDALE - explains important of first primary.] Upending of Mondale by Gary Hart in 1984, defeat of George Bush by Ronald Reagan in 1980 primary noted; scenes shown. [At Nashua, New Hampshire, debate in 1980, REAGAN - says "I'm paying for this microphone."] Response by Edmund Muskie during '72 campaign shown; George McGovern mentioned. [MUSKIE - calls editor a gutless coward.] Photos shown of president cands. from various election years [New Hampshire poet laureate Don. HALL - says New Hampshire enjoys attention during primaries.]

Hume, Brit;
Jennings, Peter;
Threlkeld, Richard

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