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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.
(Sioux Falls, South Dakota: Ken Bode) [WOMAN - declares polls open.] South Dakota primary and Minnesota caucuses featured; details given, scenes shown. Vice President George Bush reported reducing Minnesota effort. Bush aide quoted. [Robert DOLE - says can't find Bush.] Dole noted hoping to win both states. Pat Robertson's strategy outlined. Jack Kemp shown campaign [KEMP - advocates right to life views.] Robertson and Kemp noted vying for conservative vote. Richard Gephardt shown being endorsed by Senator Thomas Daschle. Gephardt's negative advertising with regard to Michael Dukakis shown. [DUKAKIS - calls ads. desperate.] Dukakis' campaign strategy outlined. Albert Gore's strategy detailed. Jesse Jackson's hopes discussed. [Paul SIMON - says there's shortage of dreams.] Simon noted comparing views to those of Hubert Humphrey.
- Bode, Ken;
- Brokaw, Tom
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