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Decision 1984 / Primaries #537853

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Jun 03, 1984
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(Studio) Final Democrat debate tonight noted; primary race said ending with Tuesday's contests in California, New Jersey, West Virginia, South Dakota and New Mexico.
REPORTER: John Palmer

(Los Angeles, California) Importance of California and New Jersey races to Walter Mondale, Gary Hart and Jesse Jackson noted; lack of unity apparent at Democrat dinner described. [MONDALE - calls for end to acknowledging party leaders; feels primary process will make him better President] [JACKSON - wants party unity and justice.] Hart's response to unity issue noted. [HART - cites next President's appearance at dinner.] television commercials of cands. shown, discussed. [Mondale spokesperson Mickey KANTOR - defs. ads.] [Hart spokesperson Bill ZIMMERMAN - explains purpose of Hart commercials.] [Media consultant David BEANSTOCK - cites cands.' economy problems.]
REPORTER: Don Oliver

(Studio) Debate coverage announced.
REPORTER: John Palmer

Oliver, Don;
Palmer, John

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