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'96 Vote / New Hampshire / Clinton / Louisiana #164996

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Feb 03, 1996
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(Manchester: Ann Compton) Campaigning by President Clinton in New Hampshire featured; scenes shown of Clinton in Manchester today and in '92. [CLINTON - speaks about good citizenship.] [Two VOTERS - react.] [New Hampshire Democratic Party chairman Joe KEEFE - points out Clinton's poll numbers.]

(Studio: Aaron Brown) Senator Bob Dole's attack on legal abortion reported; scenes shown from Dubuque, Iowa.

(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(Metairie, LA: Jack Smith) The Republican caucuses campaign in Louisiana featured; scenes shown of Pat Buchanan and Senator Phil Gramm on the campaign trail. [In New Orleans, BUCHANAN, GRAMM - campaign.] [Loyola University professor Edward RENWICK - says Gramm must win here.] The Bayou populism of the legendary Huey Long recalled; brief film shown. [BUCHANAN - attacks the flat tax plan of candidate Steve Forbes.]

Brown, Aaron;
Compton, Ann;
Smith, Jack

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