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Campaign '88 / Television Ads. #319825

CBS Evening News for Monday, Feb 15, 1988
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(Studio: Dan Rather) [Cand. Paul SIMON - comments on ads.] Iowa and New Hampshire noted being retail pols. states. Richard Gephardt's Iowa television ads. reported winning caucuses; advertisements shown. Candidates shown campaign in New Hampshire. [Simon pollster Paul MASLIN - comments on TV's impact upon New Hampshire pols.] Cands.' negative campaign ads. shown. [New Hampshire Democrat chairperson Joseph GRANDMAISON - says cands. desperate.] Amount cands. spending on ads. given. [SIMON - says needs to raise money.] Cands. noted often attempting to garner free advertising through news coverage. [Political columnist Mark SHIELDS - comments on lack of time between Iowa caucuses and New Hampshire primary.]

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Rather, Dan
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00:03:00

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