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Decision 1984 / Demo. Race #535870

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Mar 11, 1984
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(Studio) Upcoming round of primaries on Tuesday noted.
REPORTER: John Palmer

(DC) Status of Gary Hart's campaign examined; films shown. [Pollster Patrick CADDELL - notes tightness of race in South] [Press secretary Kathy BUSHKIN - agrees.] Hart's chances in individual states illustrated on map, discussed.

(Atlanta, Georgia) Walter Mondale's continuing campaign efforts featured; films shown. [MONDALE - hopes to do well in South]
REPORTER: Lisa Myers

(Stone Mt., Georgia) [John GLENN - remains confident.] Glenn's campaign problems due to Hart's rise discussed; probability of his withdrawal from race Tuesday considered.
REPORTER: Mary Nissenson

(Atlanta, Georgia) [Jesse JACKSON - encourages supporters.] Jackson's perception of his campaign efforts noted. [JACKSON - solicits votes.]
REPORTER: Jamie Gangel

Gangel, Jamie;
Kur, Bob;
Myers, Lisa;
Nissenson, Mary;
Palmer, John

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