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Decision '96 / New Hampshire / The Republicans #610906

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Feb 17, 1996
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(New Hampshire: Brian Williams) The changing poll figures for Republican presidential candidates graphed on screen.

(Manchester, New Hampshire: Gwen Ifill) The big push on the last week of campaigning in New Hampshire featured; campaign scenes and television ads shown. [Holding up boots, candidate Lamar ALEXANDER - says he's trading in his mud boots.] [Senator Bob DOLE, former Governor John SUNUNU - campaign.] [Pat BUCHANAN - says he has a ticket to San Diego.] [Steve FORBES - campaigns.]

(New Hampshire: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Boscawen, New Hampshire: David Bloom) The winds of change among the undecided voters featured; scenes shown from Boscawen, New Hampshire, the town which has picked every presidential primary winner since '52. [Three VOTERS, Nelson CURRIER, David HARTZ, dog sled driver Ed CLIFFORD; in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, restaurant, VOTER - comment on the campaign.]

(New Hampshire: Brian Williams) Tomorrow's topic on "Meet the Press" previewed.

Bloom, David;
Ifill, Gwen;
Williams, Brian

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