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Campaign '88 / Iowa / Caucus System #320083

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Feb 06, 1988
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Problem of getting people to caucus mtgs. in Iowa featured; details given, scenes shown. [Bush youth coordinator Bert COLEMAN - says campus caucuses become more important as weather gets worse.] Vice President George Bush shown campaign at Iowa HS. [BUSH - tells students some can vote in caucuses.] Staffer strategy meeting at Pat Robertson's headquarters shown. [STAFFER - explains caucus mtgs.] [Robertson press secretary Kerry MOODY - explains precinct problem solving methods.] [Drake Univ. professor Hugh WINEBRENNER - says Iowans love caucuses; explains complexities of caucus process; explains Iowa's veto process in president elecs.]

Schieffer, Bob

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