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Campaign 1984 / New York Primary #296484

CBS Evening News for Monday, Apr 02, 1984
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(Studio) campaign. focus for upcoming New York primary noted concerned with issue of relocating United States embassy from Tel Aviv, Israel, to Jerusalem; New York campaign activities today of Walter Mondale, Gary Hart and Jesse Jackson discussed. [MONDALE - regrets comment on possible primary outcome.] No. delegates at stake in New York tomorrow mentioned.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(NYC) campaign. tactics applicable to New York City and courting of important ethnic vote here examined. [Hart campaign manager Oliver HENKEL - explains his cand.'s approach to NYC.] Voter breakdown by percentage of blacks, Jews, Irish noted; approaches to such groups of Hart and Mondale compared. [Governor Mario CUOMO - doesn't believe ethnicity alone is enough to produce mass movement of voters toward cand.] Role of socioecon. status in voters' decisions discussed. [Celia CACASSE - criticizes liberal migrants to her Brooklyn neighborhood; believes Mondale will win in area.]
REPORTER: Bruce Morton

Morton, Bruce;
Rather, Dan

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