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Campaign '88 / Dukakis / Bentsen / Texas #323068

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Aug 06, 1988
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(Studio: Susan Spencer) Report introduced.

(No location given: Bruce Morton) campaign. of Governor Michael Dukakis featured; details given, scenes shown from Denver, Colorado, walk led by Dukakis. [DUKAKIS - talks about winning the West] Dukakis' lead in West over Vice President George Bush noted. [DUKAKIS - jokes; discusses gun control.] Failure of Jimmy Carter and Walter Mondale in West recalled. Results of CBS News/"New York Times" poll on Westerners' views on Bush given. [DUKAKIS - talks about Environmental Protection Agency and pollution.]

(Studio: Susan Spencer) Report introduced.

(Corpus Christi, Texas: Deborah Potter) campaign. of vice presidential candidate Senator Lloyd Bentsen in Texas featured; details given of CBS News/"New York Times" poll findings on defense issue; scenes shown. [BENTSEN - campaigns. against Pentagon corruption.] Vice President George Bush's recent campaign here recalled. [MEN - comment on Bentsen and Bush.] Bentsen's courting of Hispanic vote noted. [BENTSEN - campaigns. in Spanish.] [BUSH - responds.] Impt. of Hispanic vote in campaign '88 noted. [Democrat pollster Rob SCHROTH - discusses vote.] "Barrio scenario" strategy explained.

Morton, Bruce;
Potter, Deborah;
Spencer, Susan

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