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Campaign '88 / Democrats / Iowa #562229

NBC Evening News for Sunday, May 15, 1988
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(Studio: John Dancy) Holding of Iowa district convs. reported Report introduced.

(Des Moines, Iowa: Tom Pettit) Uncertainty over who won Iowa Democrat caucuses popular vote mos. after caucuses held reported [PEOPLE - praise various cands.] Incomplete popular vote totals quoted from February 8, 1988. ["Des Moines Register" spokesperson James FLANSBURG - says county convention delegates, not popular vote, is important] Possible popular vote victories for Representative Richard Gephardt and Paul Simon noted. ["Des Moines Register" editor James GANNON, John CHRYSTAL, Drake Univ. Prof. Hugh WINEBRENNER - discuss popular vote in Iowa.] [State Democrat chairperson Bonnie CAMPBELL - comments on final tally.] [GANNON - says it's irrelevant now.]

Dancy, John;
Pettit, Tom

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