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Campaign '96 / New Hampshire / The Republicans #367976

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Feb 17, 1996
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(Manchester, New Hampshire: Bob Schieffer) Report introduced.

(Manchester: Russ Mitchell) The nasty Republican presidential campaign in New Hampshire featured; scenes shown of Senator Bob Dole riding in a snowplow and of presidential candidate Lamar Alexander's television ads. [DOLE, voter Kathy CLEMENTS, candidate Pat BUCHANAN - talk about campaign tactics.] The switch in tactics by candidate Steve Forbes noted.

(Manchester, New Hampshire: Bob Schieffer, Phil Jones) The campaign in New Hampshire, especially the prospects for the Dole candidacy, discussed. The reaction of President Clinton's camp to the "family feud" here noted.

Jones, Phil;
Mitchell, Russ;
Schieffer, Bob

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