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Campaign 1984 / Caucuses and Connecticut Primary #296025

CBS Evening News for Friday, Mar 23, 1984
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(Studio) Upcoming caucuses in Kansas, Montana and Virginia mentioned.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Westport, Connecticut) Democrat president cands.' preparations for Connecticut primary examined; films shown. Walter Mondale's past courting of young urban professionals (Yuppies) and Gary Hart's current solicitation of their votes examined; author Stephen King shown. [Hart SUPPORTER - notes cand.'s increase popularity among her peers.] [Hart pollster Dottie LYNCH - explains campaign's attraction to Yuppies.] Percentage of foreign car owners voting for Hart and Mondale in Massachusetts mentioned. [Hart SUPPORTER - likes being political excited.] [YUPPIES - describe their self-perceptions as applicable to Hart.] [KING - explains his support of Hart.] [Lee HART - agrees.] Lee Hart's attributes listed. [Lee HART - praises husband's supporters.]

Rather, Dan;
Simon, Bob

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