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Decision 1984 / Primaries #537897

NBC Evening News for Monday, Jun 04, 1984
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(Studio) No. delegates at stake in tomorrow's primaries in California, New Jersey, New Mexico, West Virginia and SD reported [Gary HART - anticipates victory in California and New Jersey.] Hart's staff said developing alternative plan to convention if tomorrow results in defeat for cand. [Walter MONDALE - jokes about lack of sleep.] Mondale's status in New Jersey and California and number votes he still needs for nomination mentioned. [Jesse JACKSON - encourages voters.] Jackson noted purchasing television time to appeal to Hispanics and Asians as well as to blacks. No. delegates at stake in California's primary mentioned.
REPORTER: Tom Brokaw

(San Francisco, California) California's approach to life and pols. discussed; films shown. [campaign. consultant Clint REILLY - attributes state's lethargy to cands.' attitude toward campaign] Voter breakdown of San Francisco for Mondale, Hart and Jackson outlined.
REPORTER: Don Oliver

Brokaw, Tom;
Oliver, Don

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