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Campaign '88 / Democrats #319931

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Feb 23, 1988
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Cands. Richard Gephardt, Paul Simon, and Michael Dukakis mentioned with regard to South Dakota and Minnesota contests. Report introduced.

(Sioux Falls, South Dakota: Bruce Morton) Gephardt expected to win South Dakota primary; scenes shown of campaign in Pierre, South Dakota. Gephardt's negative TV ad attacking Dukakis shown. Dukakis' rebuttal radio ad broadcast [DUKAKIS - says wants South Dakota people to know about record.] Gephardt shown being endorsed by Senator Thomas Daschle. Gephardt's message noted appealing to South Dakota farmers. [GEPHARDT - says have to be ready to change.] Dukakis noted attempting to combat cold image. [DUKAKIS - recalls John F. Kennedy administration] Dukakis noted favored in Minnesota, with Simon possibly competing for last time. Jesse Jackson and Albert Gore mentioned.

Morton, Bruce;
Rather, Dan

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