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Campaign 1984 / South Campaigns #296234

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Mar 07, 1984
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(Studio) Coretta Scott King and Martin Luther King, Senior reported endorsing Walter Mondale today; Mondale's defense of later visit with Governor George Wallace outlined. Representative Thomas O'Neill's assessment of Mondale's race against Gary Hart noted.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Birmingham, Alabama) Hart's chances in South examined; films shown. [Alabama Hart coordinator Joan BOWEN - notes media's interest in cand.] [STEELWORKERS - support Mondale, dislike Hart due to past association with George McGovern.] Org. labor's role in Mondale's south campaign noted. [Alabama Mondale coordinator Scott DAVIS - feels state votes independently.] [John Glenn's Alabama coordinator Craig CRAWFORD - believes Alabama is Glenn's last chance.] Jesse Jackson's chances here considered.
REPORTER: Bruce Morton

(Atlanta, Georgia) Aspects of Hart's south campaign examined; films shown. [HART - jokes about media attention] [MONDALE - makes sarcastic remark about Hart's approach to Georgia.] Focus of Hart strategy outlined. [HART - solicits votes.] [STUDENT - likes new ideas.]
REPORTER: Eric Engberg

(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(DC) Change in Reagan campaign strategy as result of Hart's recent showings examined; films shown. [Reagan-Bush campaign spokesperson James LAKE - acknowledges new attention to Hart rather than Mondale.]
REPORTER: Bill Plante

Engberg, Eric;
Morton, Bruce;
Plante, Bill;
Rather, Dan

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