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Campaign '88 / The Vote #323055

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Aug 06, 1988
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(Studio: Carole Simpson) Planned voter registration drives reported Report introduced.

(Charleston, SC: Jackie Judd) People who refuse to vote for president featured; details given, scenes shown. [Nancy and Ralph WOODWARD - explain why they won't vote.] Statistics on eligible voter percentages outlined on screen. [Committee for Study of American Electorate Curtis GANS - says most people choose not to vote.] Creation of permanent class of non-voters detailed. [Center for Participation and Democratic spokesperson Kim CRANSTON - says television makes people feel they are not part of the process.] [Ralph WOODWARD - comments.]

Judd, Jackie;
Simpson, Carole

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