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Campaign '96 / Republican Primaries #368630

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Mar 03, 1996
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(Studio: John Roberts) The outcome of the Republican primary in South Carolina outlined on screen.

(Atlanta: Linda Douglass) The Republican primary campaign reviewed; scenes shown from the campaign trail. [Senator Bob DOLE, Pat BUCHANAN - campaign; offer views on the abortion issue.] [Outside church, Lamar ALEXANDER - comments on today's sermon.] Steve Forbes said calling on Buchanan to repudiate some of his views on women, immigrants and Israel.

(Studio: John Roberts) Dole said winning by a landslide in Puerto Rico. The delegate count updated.

(Studio: John Roberts, Joe Klein) The factors coming out of the South Carolina primary that have made Dole the front-runner again while Buchanan has lost momentum analyzed and discussed.

Douglass, Linda;
Klein, Joe;
Roberts, John

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