ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Mar 30, 1988
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(Studio: Sam Donaldson) Mtg. of Jesse Jackson and key Democratic leaders reported; Governor Michael Dukakis's victory in Connecticut primary noted. ABC News delegate estimate outlined on screen. Report introduced.
(DC: Brit Hume) Breakfast meeting of Jackson and Democratic party establishment figs., such as Clark Clifford, reported [CLIFFORD - talks about Jackson's message.] [Ex-Democratic national committee chairperson John WHITE - says this is American campaign] [JACKSON - explains important of meeting] Jackson reported calling off meeting with Senator Albert Gore. Position of party elders detailed.
(Studio: Sam Donaldson) Upcoming campaign in Wisconsin previewed. Report introduced.
(Milwaukee, WI: Chris Bury) Pol. situation in Wisconsin featured. [Governor Tommy THOMPSON - praises Democratic candidate Jackson.] [Dukakis coordinator Pat FORCIEA - explains why Republican governor is praising Jackson.] Possibility that Republicans will cause disarray for Democrats in Wisconsin open primary reported [THOMPSON - explains purpose.] Dukakis and Jackson shown on campaign trail in WI. [UAW local member Rudy KUZEL - comments.] Gore and Senator Paul Simon mentioned.
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