ABC Evening News for Sunday, Feb 11, 1996
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(Studio: Carole Simpson) Reports introduced.
(Des Moines: John Cochran) Campaigning on the day before the Iowa caucuses featured; scenes shown of Senator Bob Dole working the crowds. [Candidate DOLE - criticizes Steve Forbes and the negative ads.]
(Des Moines: Dean Reynolds) The Forbes campaign in Iowa featured; scenes shown from Des Moines. [FORBES - criticizes Dole.]
(Des Moines: Michele Norris) Campaigning by Pat Buchanan, who is supported by Iowa's hard-line religious conservatives, featured; scenes shown. [BUCHANAN - campaigns.] The Christian Coalition's "report card" on the various candidates and their positions on issues explained. [CHRISTIAN - comments on God and the issues.] Buchanan's unyielding stance on moral issues noted.
(Studio: Carole Simpson; Des Moines: Peter Jennings) The campaign of former Governor Lamar Alexander in Iowa and the overall caucus race discussed.
(Studio: Carole Simpson) Report introduced.
(Winterset, Iowa: Jim Wooten) The political landscape in small town Iowa examined; scenes shown from Winterset, Iowa. [Phyllis and Bob CALDENBURG, Lynn GODVERSON, Maurice POWERS - talk about the candidates and issues.]
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