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Campaign '96 / New Hampshire Primary #368029

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Feb 20, 1996
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(Bedford, New Hampshire: Dan Rather) Voter statistics given.

(Dole headquarters, New Hampshire: Phil Jones) Election day in New Hampshire for the Republican presidential candidates featured; campaign scenes shown. [Senator Bob DOLE, Pat BUCHANAN - campaign against each other.]

(Bedford, New Hampshire: Dan Rather) Reports introduced.

(Buchanan headquarters, New Hampshire: Linda Douglass) Buchanan's campaign in New Hampshire analyzed. [BUCHANAN - campaigns.] [On CBS This Morning, BUCHANAN - criticizes Dole.]

(Alexander headquarters, New Hampshire: Russ Mitchell) Candidate Lamar Alexander's day of campaigning in New Hampshire featured. [ALEXANDER - campaigns; criticizes Dole.]

(Bedford, New Hampshire: Dan Rather) Candidate Steve Forbes' campaign in New Hampshire briefly outlined.

Douglass, Linda;
Jones, Phil;
Mitchell, Russ;
Rather, Dan

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