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Campaign '88 / Republicans / Dole #320141

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Mar 10, 1988
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Robert Dole's campaign reported fading and Jack Kemp noted withdrawing from presidential race. Dole reported privately considering withdrawal. Report introduced.

(Chicago, Illinois: Bob Schieffer) Dole shown campaign in Chicago, Illinois. Dole's campaign aides quoted with regard to withdrawal possibilities. [Dole campaign manager William BROCK - says Dole won't withdraw.] Dole noted needing to win Illinois primary in order to continue race. [DOLE - says is fighter.] [Dole pollster Linda DIVALL - says Vice President George Bush has nomination] Dole's challenge to Bush for debate discussed. [BUSH - declines Dole's offer.] Pat Robertson discussed. [ROBERTSON - says Dole can stop Bush in Illinois.] Dole's staff reported being drastically reduced and television ads. in Chicago noted being discont. Dole aide quoted.

(Studio: Dan Rather; Chicago, Illinois: Bob Schieffer) Dole's prospects discussed.

Rather, Dan;
Schieffer, Bob

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