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Campaign 1984 / New Hampshire Primary #295633

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Feb 28, 1984
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(Studio) Early indications of possible New Hampshire primary win by Gary Hart over Walter Mondale examined; votes so far for Hart, Mondale, John Glenn, Jesse Jackson, Ernest Hollings, George McGovern, Alan Cranston and Reubin Askew listed on screen. Results of CBS News exit interviews outlined.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Manchester, New Hampshire) Hart's continuing campaign efforts here and his apparent win examined. [HART - is confident.] [In Boston, MONDALE - reacts to Hart's showing.] [GLENN - feels Hart's win keeps race alive.] Mondale campaign organization here and apparent negative impact of his relationship with organized labor discussed; Hart's popularity among young, women and independent voters mentioned. CBS "News-New York Times" exit poll said indicating Mondale and Hart are breaking even among those who voted for Jimmy Carter in 1980; Hart's standing with previous supporters of Ronald Reagan cited.
REPORTER: Bob Schieffer

(Studio) Disparity between today's primary outcome and yesterday's CBS "News-New York Times poll indicating Mondale's victory discussed.
REPORTER: Dan Rather, Bob Schieffer

(Boston, Massachusetts) Mondale campaign's response to apparent Hart win in New Hampshire examined.
REPORTER: Susan Spencer, Dan Rather

(Studio) Possible implications of strong Hart challenge to Mondale discussed
REPORTER: Dan Rather, Bill Moyers

(Studio) Mondale camp's surprise at his showing in New Hampshire discussed; Jackson's sports analogy recalled. Upcoming items announced.
REPORTER: Dan Rather, Susan Spencer, Bill Moyers

Moyers, Bill;
Spencer, Susan;
Rather, Dan;
Schieffer, Bob

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