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Campaign '88 / Hart Staff #313198

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Oct 24, 1987
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Gary Hart's old campaign organization in California and its head, John Emerson, featured; details given, scenes shown. [EMERSON - says he has army of organizers.] Emerson shown greeting Senator Paul Simon. [Representative Richard Gephardt campaign manager Bill CARRICK - praises Emerson's network.] Mtg. of Jesse Jackson with this California group noted. [JACKSON - comments.] [Ex-Hart activist Stephen KLINE - says we have to try someone else.] [HART - says group is waiting for someone with vision and leadership] [Ex-Hart activists Kevin SWEENEY, Virginia BELZHEIM - say other cands. don't measure up to Hart.] [HART - says this group seeks another crusade to join.]

Schieffer, Bob

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