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Campaign 1984 / New Hampshire Primary #295648

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 29, 1984
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(Studio) Impact of Gary Hart's win in New Hampshire primary over Walter Mondale on Democrat race noted; Alan Cranston reported withdrawing from campaign
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Concord, New Hampshire) Aftermath of New Hampshire primary examined; expectations of Ernest Hollings and Mondale campaigns. recalled. [Mondale pollster Peter HART, campaign manager Bob BECKEL - try to explain Mondale's loss.] [CRANSTON - claims arms control issue, which he introduced into campaign, has been picked up by other cands.] Hart ad regarding nuclear arms race shown; factors possibly affecting Hart's win considered. [Hart state coordinator Jeanne SHAHEEN - feels voters like Hart.] Apparent negative impact on Mondale of AFL-CIO endorsement mentioned. Dan. Webster quoted.
REPORTER: Bob Schieffer

(Manchester, New Hampshire) Post-victory Hart campaign examined; films shown. [HART - is stunned; considers primary win a miracle; explains.] Current campaign fundraising goal mentioned. [Hart WORKER - describes field operation.]
REPORTER: Jacqueline Adams

(Atlanta, Georgia) Mondale's campaign activity today examined; films shown. [MONDALE - challenges Hart to southern campaign] Mondale's fund-raising advantages over Hart compared on screen. [Cranston campaign manager Sergio BENDIXEN - cites possibility of deadlocked conv.]
REPORTER: Susan Spencer

Adams, Jacqueline;
Rather, Dan;
Schieffer, Bob;
Spencer, Susan

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