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Campaign '88 / Primaries / Ohio and Economy Issue #115897

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, May 03, 1988
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) President primaries in IN, Ohio and Washington, DC noted. Governor Michael Dukakis reported picking up more delegates from cands. who dropped out and from "super delegates." Report introduced.

(Cincinnati, Ohio: Chris Bury) Econ. issues reported dominating Ohio primary. [Pollster Peter HART - says it will come down to econs.] [In 1984, President REAGAN - campaigns. on economy issue.] [Vice President George BUSH, DUKAKIS, Jesse JACKSON - campaign on economy issue.] Econ. conds. in Ohio described. [OHIOAN - says he's doing better.] Blaming of Reaganomics for impending closing of Fairfield, Ohio, auto plant noted. [MAN - wants change.] Poll results on hypothetical matchup of Bush versus Dukakis given. [Ohio State Univ. Herb ASHER - says memories of recession linger.]

(Studio: Peter Jennings) Jackson reported making tax returns public; income figs. given.

Bury, Chris;
Jennings, Peter

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