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Decision 1984 / Connecticut Primary / Campaign Fins. #536178

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Mar 27, 1984
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(Studio) Gary Hart's apparent win of Connecticut primary noted; number delegates at stake both in Connecticut and New York mentioned.
REPORTER: Tom Brokaw

(Buffalo, New York) Walter Mondale's attack on Hart's Mideast policy in anticipation of upcoming primary examined; films shown. [MONDALE - criticizes Hart's position on Lebanon.] [HART - responds.] [MONDALE - acknowledges agreeing with Hart on United States troops in Lebanon; accuses Hart of misrepresentation.]
REPORTER: Lisa Myers

(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Tom Brokaw

(Hartford, Connecticut) Change in Mondale's campaign strategy following Iowa debacle examined; regulations affecting campaign spending outlined on screen, discussed. Importance of campaign advertising in several states (listed) mentioned. [Pol. consultant Robert KEEFE - considers money primary factor in US president campaigns.] Mondale's revised campaign economy outlined. [campaign. manager Jim JOHNSON - is confident.] Hart's expanding campaign organization compared. [HART, Jesse JACKSON - comment on campaign spending.] Jackson's campaign fins. cited.
REPORTER: Don Oliver

Brokaw, Tom;
Myers, Lisa;
Oliver, Don

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