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The '96 Vote / New Hampshire / Republican Forum / Iowa Caucus #156839

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Oct 12, 1995
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.

(Manchester, New Hampshire: Jim Wooten) The lackluster reception in the state of New Hampshire for last night's Republican presidential candidates forum featured; scenes shown of the the politicians spoking. [Two forum VIEWERS, voters Bernie STREETER, Bill GOLDING, Bob STEINER - call the forum boring and offer advice to the politicians.]

(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.

(Des Moines: Tom Foreman) The view from the heartland state of Iowa, which will hold its caucus in four months, presented; scenes shown from across the state of people explaining how the politicians have not yet connected with them. [In a church, a group of IOWANS; farmer Stuart TOWE, senior Barbara BENDER, business owner Larry WALSH, computer specialist Jim BYRD, IOWAN - wonder about the politicians and tell them what the people want.]

Foreman, Tom;
Jennings, Peter;
Wooten, Jim

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