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Campaign '88 #558981

NBC Evening News for Friday, Jan 29, 1988
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw ) Republicans reported choosing Vice President George Bush in Michigan. Cand. Pat Robertson's supporters noted claiming Bush and Jack Kemp cheated. Bush noted being front-runner in New Hampshire. Report introduced.

(Dover, New Hampshire: Bob Kur) Kemp shown campaign in Dover, New Hampshire. Kemp noted planning to defeat Robert Dole in New Hampshire primary, finishing behind Bush. [KEMP - comments on campaign] Dole campaign official quoted regarding Kemp's progress. Elizabeth Dole shown campaign with husband. Kemp TV ad shown. Kemp noted attacking Dole and Bush's Soc. Sec. views. [DOLE - defends position.] Dole noted asserting Kemp's accusations inaccurate. Dole quoted. Bush television ad. shown. [KEMP - campaigns.] Kemp's media attention discussed.

Brokaw, Tom;
Kur, Bob

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