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Campaign '96 / Republican Primaries / South Carolina / Christian Conservatives #165288

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Mar 02, 1996
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(Studio: Morton Dean) Report introduced.

(Columbia, SC: Aaron Brown) The issues in the Republican primary in South Carolina reviewed; statistics on economic issues that are keys for the state cited.

(Studio: Morton Dean) Report introduced.

(Islip, New York: Mike von Fremd) Senator Bob Dole's presidential campaign featured. [In New England, DOLE - jokes with crowds; speaks about his war injuries.]

(Lexington, Massachusetts: Michele Norris) Pat Buchanan's campaign featured. [In Boston suburbs in the snow, BUCHANAN - speaks out against President Clinton.]

(Studio: Morton Dean) Steve Forbes shown campaigning in Connecticut.

(Columbia, SC: Jerry King) The role of Christian conservatives in party politics in South Carolina examined. [Religious conservative Julie LOCKMAN, Christian Coalition executive director Ralph REED - talks about the Republican Party and the issues.] [DOLE - cites his ratings from the Christian Coalition.] [BUCHANAN - campaigns.] The aim of the Christian Coalition to motivate Christian fundamentalists to be politically active explained. [Christian Coalition county chairman Lois EARGLE, South Carolina state senator Holly CORK - offer differing opinions on the Republicans and the religious right.]

(Studio: Morton Dean) The status of the county caucuses in Wyoming updated. Dole's appearance on This Week with David Brinkley mentioned.

Brown, Aaron;
Dean, Morton;
King, Jerry;
Norris, Michele;
von Fremd, Mike

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