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Campaign '88 / Super Tues. #114817

ABC Evening News for Monday, Mar 07, 1988
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.

(Studio: Lynn Sherr) Poll results for Republicans and Democrats outlined on screen; percentages for each candidate listed. Strong showings reported expected for Vice President George Bush, Jesse Jackson and Governor Michael Dukakis.

(Studio: Peter Jennings) Possible impact of last-min. television ads. on volatile vote reported Report introduced.

(Atlanta, Georgia: Jim Wooten) Final push for front-runners before "Super Tuesday" reported [In Dallas, Texas, church, JACKSON - campaigns.] [In Tyler, Texas, JACKSON - campaigns. on hunger issue.] [At Alamo in San Antonio, Texas, Representative Richard GEPHARDT - campaigns.] [In Fort Worth, Texas, Senator Albert GORE - announces support of Senator Sam Nunn.] [In Miami, Florida, DUKAKIS - campaigns.] Possibility of this being last "Super Tuesday" noted.

(Atlanta, Georgia: Barry Serafin) Senator Robert Dole reported attacking Bush in his last-min. campaign [In Birmingham, Alabama, DOLE - says Bush won't be next pres.; says we need to nomination winner, not a loser.] [In OK, BUSH - says voters keep disagreeing with Dole.] [In television interview, BUSH - asks who attracted crossover votes in SC.] [In LA, Pat ROBERTSON - campaigns.] [Representative Jack KEMP - says he's still in race.] Prediction that Kemp will be out of race following "megaprimary" noted.

Jennings, Peter;
Serafin, Barry;
Sherr, Lynn;
Wooten, Jim

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