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Campaign '88 / Democrats / Dukakis / Black Vote #321099

CBS Evening News for Sunday, May 01, 1988
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(Studio: Susan Spencer) Upcoming primaries in Ohio, IN, Washington, DC noted. Report introduced.

(Columbus, Ohio: Bill Whitaker) Governor Michael Dukakis' concern over Ohio polls showing him with lengthening lead over Jesse Jackson reported [DUKAKIS - urges backers to ignore poll.] Scenes shown of Dukakis campaign in Cleveland, Ohio. [Black WOMAN - discusses Dukakis and Jackson.] Dukakis' need for black vote by September detailed. [Pol. scientist Herbert ASHER - says Dukakis must look to broader Democrat coalition.] [Black WOMAN - says in the long run, it will be Dukakis.] [Dukakis campaign spokesperson Joseph WARREN - says Dukakis will be favorite choice.] Issue of Dukakis' ability to bring black voter to polls mentioned.

Spencer, Susan;
Whitaker, Bill

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