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Campaign '92 / New Hampshire Primary / Republicans / Democrats / Write-In Campaigns #342874

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Feb 16, 1992
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(Studio: Edie Magnus) Report introduced.

(Manchester: Eric Engberg) New Hampshire campaigns of Republican presidential candidates President Bush and Patrick Buchanan featured; scenes shown of Buchanan rally. [BUCHANAN - says Bush had his chance; talks about what he'd do as president.] Excerpt shown from Buchanan TV commercial. [BUSH - talks about charismatic candidates, extremists.]

(Studio: Edie Magnus) Tonight's televised Democratic presidential candidates debate mentioned. Report introduced.

(Concord, New Hampshire: Bruce Morton) Write-in Democratic campaigns in New Hampshire featured; scenes shown of Manchester, New Hampshire, rally, write-in campaign headquarters for Governor Mario Cuomo. [Cuomo write-in campaign Phil KRONE - talks about importance of getting the best person.] Scenes shown of supporters of write-in campaign for consumer advocate Ralph Nader; excerpt shown from Cuomo television commercial. [On February 12, CUOMO - comments on write-in effort.] [Cuomo write-in campaign Don ROSE - talks about goal of write-in campaign.] Results given of "Boston Globe" poll on how New Hampshire residents rate Cuomo.

Reporter(s):
Engberg, Eric;
Magnus, Edie;
Morton, Bruce
Duration:
00:04:50

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