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Campaign '88 / Democrats / Negative Television Ads. #114859

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Mar 09, 1988
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Call by Representative James Wright for Democrat cands. to stop negative television ads. reported Report introduced.

(NYC; Richard Threlkeld) Issue of negative television campaign ads. featured; scenes shown of television ads. from Vice President George Bush and Senator Robert Dole campaigns. [Pol. consultant David SAWYER - says if Bush had lost New Hampshire, he would have lost campaign] Representative Richard Gephardt's negative advertising attacking Governor Michael Dukakis shown. [Dukakis mediaadvisor Dan PAYNE - explains warning Gephardt campaign] Dukakis and Senator Albert Gore's ads. shown. [GEPHARDT - says ads. targeted against him had effect on "Super Tuesday"] Future of negative ads. in rest of campaign discussed.

Jennings, Peter

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