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Campaign '88 / Bush-Dukakis #322548

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Jul 06, 1988
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Dallas, Texas: Jacqueline Adams) Vice President George Bush's campaign featured; Attorney General Edwin Meese's resignation mentioned. [BUSH - comments on sleaze issue, Persian Gulf and Hispanic cabinet mbr.] [S.W. Voter Registration Project spokesperson Andrew HERNANDEZ - comments on Bush.] Hispanic high school dropout rate and economy conds. discussed. [Democratic national committee spokesperson Domingo GARCIA - criticizes President Reagan.] [BUSH - comments on Hispanics.]

(Boston, Massachusetts: Bill Whitaker) [Representative Lee HAMILTON - comments on vice president position.] Michael Dukakis' selection process compared to that of Walter Mondale in 1984. [Ex-Mondale campaign advisor John REILLY - comments on Dukakis.] Dukakis noted attempting to settle differences with Jesse Jackson. [Senator Arlen SPECTER - criticizes prison furlough system.] Dukakis' lead over Bush reported narrowing in polls.

Adams, Jacqueline;
Rather, Dan;
Whitaker, Bill

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