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Campaign '88 / Robertson #560735

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Feb 16, 1988
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Pat Robertson's campaign featured. [ROBERTSON - urges love of God and cntry.] Robertson's Iowa success recalled. New Hampshire fundamentalists Mark and Judy Martin featured. [Mark MARTIN - comments on switch from Vice President George Bush to Robertson.] Gallup poll results announced. Robertson shown speaking to church group. [Judy MARTIN - comments on negative press for fundamentalists in Iowa.] New Hampshire's Dublin Christian Academy featured. [TEACHER - comments on campaign] [STUDENT - comments on Christians in pols.] [Evangelical newspaper editor Carlene HILL - comments on press' unfamiliarity with church goers.] Not all New England evangelicals reported supporting Robertson. [Min. George FAW - urges separation of church and state.] Jack Kemp noted losing conservative votes to Robertson. [Joanne KEMP - campaigns. for husband.] [Baptist minister David PICKNEY - comments on situation.] [HILL - discusses Robertson's chances.] [Boxer Mike SAMPSON - praises Robertson.] Robertson quoted.

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