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'96 Vote / Iowa Caucuses / Forbes / Dole / Alexander #165089

ABC Evening News for Friday, Feb 09, 1996
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) ABC News survey on predictions for Monday's Iowa caucuses reported.

(Des Moines: Jim Wooten) The Republican presidential campaign in Iowa, where many voters are still undecided, featured; scenes shown from the campaign trail. [Undecided Christian conservative voter Paul THURMAN, Senator Phil Gramm's worker Guy ROGERS - comment.] Gramm said needing to finish third or higher to stay in the race.]

(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.

(Cedar Falls, Iowa: Dean Reynolds) The campaigning by Steve Forbes and the attacks by his more hard-line opponents featured. [FORBES, campaign manager Bill DAL COL - say his opponents are distorting the record.]

(Davenport: John Cochran) The campaigning by Senator Bob Dole, who needs for Forbes to do badly in Iowa, featured. [DOLE - denies a telephone campaign against Forbes; tells crowd he is pro-life.]

(Des Moines: Michele Norris) The campaigning by Lamar Alexander featured; scenes shown of him holding up boots needed to slog through the mud being slung. [ALEXANDER - campaigns.] Alexander's recent success in Iowa, where he is seen as the "

Cochran, John;
Jennings, Peter;
Norris, Michele;
Reynolds, Dean;
Wooten, Jim

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