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Campaign '88 / Michigan / Democrats #114630

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Mar 26, 1988
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(Studio: Barry Serafin) ABC News projections for Democrat caucuses in Michigan outlined on screen; cands. named. Governor Michael Dukakis noted projected as North Dakota winner.

(No location given: Jim Wooten) Democrat campaign in Michigan featured; Dukakis and Representative Richard Gephardt shown campaign [GEPHARDT - asks people to vote.] [At Detroit rally, Jesse JACKSON - campaigns.] Democrat caucus system explained.

(Studio: Barry Serafin) Interview with Dukakis shown. [DUKAKIS - calls Michigan an important step on road to nomination; talks about rest of race; discusses issue of Gephardt dropping out of race; explains position on foreign trade and economy policies; discusses upcoming campaign]

Serafin, Barry;
Wooten, Jim

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