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Mondale Campaign #293519

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Jan 28, 1984
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(Studio) CBS "News-New York Times" poll reported indicating Walter Mondale leads in Iowa; that state's upcoming primary mentioned.
REPORTER: Bob Schieffer

(D) Details of Iowa poll examined; showing of John Glenn, Jesse Jackson, Alan Cranston, and others listed on screen. President Reagan's job performance considered.
REPORTER: Bruce Morton

(Studio) Implications of Iowa poll for Glenn discussed.
REPORTER: Bob Schieffer, Bruce Morton

(Des Moines, Iowa) Cranston's Iowa campaign examined; films shown. [CRANSTON - explains objective in Iowa.] [Iowa campaign coordinator John LAW - describes organization] [Vol. Jay MILLEN - thinks voter Velma Hisser has been won over by Cranston forces.] [campaign. vol. Robert KIRK - notes cand.'s continued recognition problem.] [RANCHER - thinks Iowa voter needs time.]
REPORTER: Meredith Vieira

Schieffer, Bob;
Morton, Bruce;
Vieira, Meredith

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