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Wisconsin / Democratic Convention #290860

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Jun 11, 1983
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(Studio) Democrat state convention straw poll reported indicating Senator Alan Cranston leading Walter Mondale in Wisconsin as president nominee; showings of Gary Hart, John Glenn, Reubin Askew, Ernest Hollings listed on screen.
REPORTER: Bob Schieffer

(Milwaukee, WI) Cranston's campaigning. among Wisconsin delegates examined. [Tim CRANSTON - promotes father.] campaign. efforts of Hart and Mondale noted. [MONDALE - praises Midwest; recalls Bob LaFollette, Hubert Humphrey.] [Mondale political director Paul TULLY - explains importance of Wisconsin conv.] [CRANSTON - solicits votes.] [Cranston campaign manager Sergio BENDIXEN - notes seriousness of such convs.] Hart's failure to exploit opportunity and Glenn's absence, representative by his wife, discussed; new Democratic party rules affecting campaign mentioned.
REPORTER: Eric Engberg

Engberg, Eric;
Schieffer, Bob

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