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'96 Vote / Republican Primaries / Puerto Rico #165506

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Mar 03, 1996
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(Studio: Carole Simpson) Victory by Senator Bob Dole in the Republican primary in Puerto Rico noted; map shown of the upcoming contests.

(Washington: John Cochran) Dole's front-running campaign featured; scenes shown. [DOLE - calls himself the "comeback adult."] [Presidential candidate Pat BUCHANAN - attacks Dole on the abortion issue.] [On This Week with David Brinkley, DOLE - responds to questions about abortion.]

(Atlanta: Dean Reynolds) The resilient Steve Forbes campaign featured; scenes shown of him campaigning while his strategy is outlined. [FORBES - hopes to do well in New York.]

(Atlanta: Catherine Crier) The campaign of presidential candidate Lamar Alexander featured; campaign scenes shown while the state of his funding is reviewed. [ALEXANDER - says we have a long time to go.]

Cochran, John;
Crier, Catherine;
Reynolds, Dean;
Simpson, Carole

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