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Campaign '88 / Poll / Children's Issue #313280

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Oct 03, 1987
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) CBS News/"Atlanta Constitution" poll showing lead of Jesse Jackson and Vice President George Bush in 1988 presidential campaign cited; statistics shown on screen. Report introduced.

(No location given: Bob Schieffer) Problems of working mothers as issue in pres. campaign reported Case of Connie Lazella, of Des Moines, Iowa, cited as an example; scenes shown. [Peter Hart Associates pollster Peter HART - notes children's issues is sleeper issue of 1988.] [Democrat Bruce BABBITT - says 1988 is about children, who have been neglected by society.] [Ames, Iowa, September 2, Senator Paul SIMON, JACKSON, Senator Richard GEPHARDT - discuss children in society.] [HART - notes importance of children's issues.] [LAZELLA - supports Babbitt.] [HART - notes more candidates will back issue.]

Schieffer, Bob

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