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Campaign '92 / New Hampshire Primary / Bush and Buchanan / Democrats #342903

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Feb 18, 1992
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Turnout reported heavy in today's New Hampshire presidential primary. Report introduced.

(White House: Susan Spencer) Republican presidential primary race in New Hampshire between President Bush and Patrick Buchanan featured. [BUSH - says he thinks he'll win.] Results given of CBS News exit polls on whether Buchanan voters were voting for the best candidate or sending a message, condition of the economy, importance of Bush breaking his "no new taxes" pledge, when voters made their decisions, and whether Republicans want another candidate. [BUCHANAN - talks about his campaign.] [Representative Newt GINGRICH - says Buchanan will lose in New Hampshire.]

(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(New Hampshire: Richard Threlkeld) Democratic presidential primary race in New Hampshire featured. [MAN - talks to candidate Paul Tsongas.] Results given of CBS News exit poll on appeal of candidates Tsongas, Governor Bill Clinton, Senators Bob Kerrey and Tom Harkin; whether Democrats want another candidate. [CLINTON - talks about campaign.] Last minute write-in campaign for Governor Mario Cuomo, possibility that Representative Richard Gephardt may join the race mentioned.

(Studio: Dan Rather) Interview held with political analyst Kevin Phillips. [PHILLIPS - talks about challenge Buchanan presents for Bush.]

(Studio: Dan Rather; Capitol Hill: Bob Schieffer) Discussion held about the likelihood of other Democrats joining the race.

(Studio: Dan Rather) Closing time for New Hampshire polls, CBS News coverage of returns announced.

Rather, Dan;
Schieffer, Bob;
Spencer, Susan;
Threlkeld, Richard

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