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Iowa / Unpaid Campaign Debts #541927

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 20, 1985
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REPORTER: Tom Brokaw

(Des Moines, Iowa) Iowa's role in last year's presidential campaigns. recalled; films shown. Debts with local business left by campaigns. of John Glenn, Gary Hart, Alan Cranston examined. [Caterer Peter RANALLO, printer Ron HOYT - note payment is yet to come.] Glenn recalled making small fortune on Holiday Inn investment. [Feb. 1984, campaign aide Larry RASKY - jokes about rel.] Amt. owed to local business by Glenn and by Ted Kennedy and John Connally (from past campaigns.) noted. [Car dealer Dewey VUKOVICH - will sue Kennedy if he runs again.] "Des Moines Register's" coverage of issue mentioned. [Iowa Democratic party spokesperson Barry PIATT - describes inability to cash paycheck except at bank.] Gary Hart's pilot Al Byer reported filing for bankruptcy due to amount Hart still owes him. [BYER - comments.]

Bode, Ken;
Brokaw, Tom

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