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Campaign '88 / Michigan / Democrats / Dukakis / Gephardt #320385

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Mar 26, 1988
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Report introduced.

(Studio: Bruce Morton) Projections for Michigan Democrat caucuses outlined on screen; cands. named. [In Southfield, Michigan, Representative Richard GEPHARDT - says miracle begins today.] Governor Michael Dukakis reported leading in Michigan. [Jesse JACKSON - campaigns.] Michigan caucus system explained.

(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Interview with Dukakis featured. [DUKAKIS - says Michigan is good news for us; explains upcoming campaign; says expects party to support candidate with substantial lead; discusses possibility of Democrat running against incumbent vice president] Vice President George Bush and John F. Kennedy mentioned. Report introduced.

(Detroit, Michigan: Jacqueline Adams) Gephardt campaign featured; scenes shown. [GEPHARDT - predicts miracle in Michigan.] [On Feb 8, GEPHARDT - says this is your victory, too.] Gephardt message analyzed. [Pol. consultant David SAWYER - says Gephardt's message did not jibe with his own political career.] ["Boston Globe" reporter Thomas OLIPHANT - recalls Gephardt campaign in New Hampshire.] Dukakis campaign ads. criticizing Gephardt shown. [OLIPHANT - discusses New Hampshire campaign] Senator Albert Gore's TV ad criticizing Gephardt shown. [Pol. analyst Tom DONILON - analyzes Gephardt campaign] [GEPHARDT - discusses financial problems.] [Gephardt campaign spokesperson Donna BRAZILE - explains Gephardt campaign] Jimmy Carter mentioned.

Adams, Jacqueline;
Morton, Bruce;
Schieffer, Bob

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