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Campaign '96 / Republican Primaries / South Carolina / Overview / Georgia #611457

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Mar 02, 1996
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Columbia, SC: Lisa Myers) The Republican primary in South Carolina, which is especially important for Senator Bob Dole, featured. [In Maine, DOLE; in Massachusetts, Pat BUCHANAN - joke with the crowds.] Results of an NBC News exit poll on the views of South Carolina voters cited. Forbes campaign ad attacking Lamar Alexander played. [In Florida, ALEXANDER - campaigns.]

(Studio: Brian Williams) The road to the Republican presidential nomination previewed with map and calendar shown; chances of the candidates assessed.

(Atlanta: David Bloom) The issues in the Republican campaign in Georgia, where the polls indicate a tight race between Dole and Buchanan, examined; scenes shown from the Atlanta suburbs of Cobb County, Georgia. [Three VOTERS, Atlanta Journal Constitution political editor Tom BAXTER, Georgia GOP chairman Rusty PAUL - express their views on what suburbanites and rural residents want and on the appeals of Dole and Buchanan.]

(Studio: Brian Williams) Appearance by Buchanan on tomorrow's "Meet the Press" noted.

Bloom, David;
Myers, Lisa;
Williams, Brian

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