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Campaign '88 / Bush / Dole / Reagan #318217

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Jan 27, 1988
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(DC: Lesley Stahl) President Reagan's popularity in New Hampshire featured. [WOMAN - praises Reagan.] Reagan's unpopularity in Iowa outlined. [WOMAN - criticizes Reagan.] [Des Moines, Iowa, Chamber of Commerce spokesperson Andrew MOONEY - comments on Iowa's opinion of Reagan.] Reagan's image noted being projected onto George Bush. [Bush Iowa campaign chairperson George WITTGRAF - comments on situation.] Iowa citizens' anger detailed. Iran/Contra scandal mentioned haunting Bush in Iowa. [BUSH - comments on loyalty.] Bush's loyalty to Reagan noted being received differently in New Hampshire than in Iowa. [BUSH - campaigns.] Bush supporters quoted regarding Robert Dole's strategies. Dole radio ad. presented. [Bush campaign spokesperson Rich BOND - comments on Dole's campaign strategy.] [In Iowa, DOLE - condemns Iran/Contra scandal.] [In New Hampshire, DOLE - dismisses Iran/Contra scandal as dead issue.] Reagan coattails poll results given. Bush aides quoted.

Rather, Dan;
Stahl, Lesley

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