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Decision 1984 / Jackson and Castro, Primaries #537657

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Jun 02, 1984
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(Studio) Jesse Jackson said accepting Fidel Castro's invitation to visit Cuba. Upcoming final debate and primaries noted.
REPORTER: Connie Chung

(Camden, New Jersey) Impact of Walter Mondale's, Gary Hart's and Jackson's presidential campaigns. on local Camden, New Jersey, politics examined; state Democratic party chairperson Jim Maloney cited as example [MALONEY - discusses Hart's New Jersey campaign, Jackson's probable showing in Camden.] Jackson's background in Camden recalled. [JACKSON - notes Camden has highest cancer rate in nation] Jackson's relationship with local political Reno Dominico noted. [DOMINICO - claims good rapport with Jackson.] Dominico's political foe, Mayor Melvin Primas, mentioned supporting Mondale. [PRIMAS - praises Mondale.] [DOMINICO - accuses Primas of being - a phoney; explains.] [PRIMAS - responds.] [DOMINICO - is confident of victory.]

Bode, Ken;
Chung, Connie

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