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Campaign '88 / Michigan / Democrats / Jackson #320405

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Mar 27, 1988
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(Studio: Susan Spencer) Big win for Jesse Jackson in Democrat caucuses in Michigan reported; popular vote percentages and convention delegate count outlined on screen. Report introduced.

(Studio: Bruce Morton) Analysis of Democrat campaign in Michigan reported; Jackson shown campaign in Stanford, Connecticut. [JACKSON - discusses Michigan campaign] [Democrat consultant Harrison HICKMAN - says Jackson is front-runner.] Governor Michael Dukakis shown campaign in New Haven, Connecticut. [DUKAKIS - quotes his father.] Senator Paul Simon, Representative Richard Gephardt and Senator Albert Gore mentioned. [HICKMAN - talks about black/white vote.] Jackson's success among white voters in industrial state noted. [JACKSON - says this is a winning campaign]

Morton, Bruce;
Spencer, Susan

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