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Campaign '88 / Democrats #320534

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Mar 06, 1988
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(Studio: Susan Spencer) Standing of Democrats in Florida publisher opinion poll reported Democrat campaign on "Super Tuesday" featured. [Gephardt campaign Donna BRAZILE - says it's an organizational nightmare.] Democrat strategies for "Super Tuesday" described; scenes shown from campaign trail. campaign. targets for Governor Michael Dukakis, Representative Richard Gephardt and Jesse Jackson detailed. [Democrat consultant Greg SCHNEIDERS - says there isn't time or money to make converts.] Democrat TV ads. shown; ex-Representative Thomas O'Neill shown endorsing Dukakis. [Democrat pollster Peter HART - analyzes "targeting" strategy.] [SCHNEIDERS - says unelectable cand. may be nomination] [HART - refers to "Super Tuesday" as Noah's Ark coming down once only.] "Super Tuesday" coverage announced.

Reporter(s):
Spencer, Susan
Duration:
00:03:00

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