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Campaign '96 / New Hampshire #367996

CBS Evening News for Monday, Feb 19, 1996
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(Bedford, New Hampshire: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Bedford, New Hampshire: Phil Jones) Campaigning by Republican presidential candidate Pat Buchanan in New Hampshire featured. [From various past and present excerpts, BUCHANAN - states his position on national issues.] Buchanan said to be a right-wing religious extremist.

(Bedford, New Hampshire: Russ Mitchell) Campaigning Republican presidential candidates presented. [Lamar ALEXANDER - criticizes Dole.] [Republican pollster Linda DiVALL - comments.] [Senator Bob DOLE - politicks.]

(Bedford, New Hampshire: Dan Rather) Discussion of the candidates and the '96 presidential race with correspondent Bob Schieffer outlined. [SCHIEFFER - says Buchanan will do well in ultra conservative New Hampshire; says New Hampshire may not clarify the race this year; says the weather is a big factor for voter turnout.]

Mitchell, Russ;
Jones, Phil;
Rather, Dan

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