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Campaign '88 / New Hampshire / Dukakis-Gephardt #561034

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Feb 06, 1988
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(Studio: Connie Chung ) Report introduced.

(New Hampshire: Bob Kur) Impact of Representative Richard Gephardt's lead in Iowa polls on undecided vote in New Hampshire primary featured. [MAN - says voters starting to focus on Gephardt.] Expected benefits to Governor Michael Dukakis from Boston, Massachusetts, news coverage detailed. [WBZ-TV news anchor Jack WILLIAMS - discusses Gephardt's lead over Dukakis in poll.] Critical important of growing publicity to Gephardt's campaign reported [University of New Hampshire professor David MOORE - says small percentage of people feel strongly about any cand.] [New Hampshire Democratic party spokesperson Joe GRANDMAISON - says people as yet unwilling to cast lot with Dukakis.] Questioning by Democrats of Dukakis' support reported [PEOPLE - comment on Dukakis.] [Ex-Carter aide Jody POWELL - discusses potential impact of another cand.'s victory in Iowa on Dukakis.] Impact of "Iowa bump" on New Hampshire vote reiterated; Edmund Muskie and Senator Edward Kennedy mentioned.

Chung, Connie;
Kur, Bob

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