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1984 Campaign / Iowa Caucuses, New Hampshire Primary #295495

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Feb 21, 1984
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(Studio) Outcome of Iowa caucuses for Walter Mondale, John Glenn and Gary Hart reported.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Bedford, New Hampshire) Impact of Iowa victory on Mondale's New Hampshire campaign discussed. [MONDALE - refers to President Reagan's leadership "by amnesia."] Status of Mondale's campaign org. here noted. Iowa's impact on Glenn campaign examined. [GLENN - isn't down about Iowa.] [HART - believes race is between Mondale and himself.] Alan Cranston's showing in Iowa and decision to remain in race through New Hampshire cited. [Cranston campaign manager Sergio BENDIXEN - acknowledges difficulties.] George McGovern's showing in Iowa mentioned. Possible impact on cands. of Jesse Jackson and Ernest Hollings in New Hampshire considered. [HOLLINGS - jokes about his chances of reaching White House]
REPORTER: Bob Schieffer

(Studio) Reagan's response to Mondale's Iowa win quoted.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Des Moines, Iowa) Implications of Iowa caucus results for New Hampshire primary and possible ntl. election examined; CBS "News-New York Times" poll of Iowa Democrats reflecting showings of Mondale, Hart outlined on screen, discussed. [Reubin Askew campaign dir. Maria MENNE - will move on to New Hampshire.] Possible financial impact on Glenn's campaign of Iowa loss noted.
REPORTER: Bruce Morton

(Studio) Crux of Hart's support in Iowa compared to groups voting for Mondale; McGovern's showing against Edmund Muskie in 1972 recalled.
REPORTER: Dan Rather, Bruce Morton

Reporter(s):
Morton, Bruce;
Rather, Dan;
Schieffer, Bob
Duration:
00:06:10

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