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Campaign '88 / Quayle / Bush / Texas / Reagan #322915

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Aug 27, 1988
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Results of Gallup/"Los Angeles Times" poll on public reaction to news coverage of controversy surrounding Senator Dan Quayle given. Report introduced.

(Mission Viejo, California: Phil Jones) campaign. by Quayle in California featured; scenes shown. [QUAYLE - says this has been a good week] [Wife Marilyn QUAYLE - says there has been element of media overkill.] Scenes shown of crowd, including protesters. [QUAYLE - campaigns. for Vice President George Bush and against inexperience of Governor Michael Dukakis.]

(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Report introduced.

(Dallas, Texas: Jacqueline Adams) campaign. by Bush in Texas featured; scenes shown. [BUSH - says we must win Texas.] Republican strategy for Texas campaign detailed. [BUSH - campaigns. on defense issue.] [Ret. Marine commandant General P.X. KELLEY - campaigns. against "diehard liberal."] [Ex-Texas senate John TOWER - criticizes Dukakis on defense issue.] [Senator Lloyd BENTSEN - criticizes Republican drug policy.] Pols. in Texas noted. [Bush campaign aide Chas. BLACK - says Democrats are promoting Bentsen, not Dukakis, in Texas.]

(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Report introduced.

(Santa Barbara, California: Terence Smith) President Reagan reported campaign for Republican cands. in California; scenes shown. [REAGAN - praises Bush.] [UCLA historian Robert DALLEK - doubts Reagan can help Bush.] Amt. of money raised by Reagan for Republican party outlined on screen; California Senator Pete Wilson mentioned.

Adams, Jacqueline;
Jones, Phil;
Schieffer, Bob;
Smith, Terence

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