ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Mar 14, 1984
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(Studio) No. delegates won in yesterday's primaries by Gary Hart, Walter Mondale, Jesse Jackson, George McGovern and John Glenn listed on screen; McGovern mentioned withdrawing from race. Washington said still counting; overall network delegate projections outlined on screen, discussed. Caucuses noted today in DE, North Dakota. Mondale's wins in Alabama and Georgia noted.
REPORTER: Peter Jennings
(Chicago, Illinois) Mondale's reaction to Alabama and Georgia victories examined; films shown. Illinois primary mentioned next week [MONDALE - jokes about television image.] His address to Chicago council on foreign relations outlined. [MONDALE - criticizes Hart's stance on arms control; will fight for Illinois.] Caucuses Saturday in Michigan, SC, Arkansas and Mississippi noted; Mondale's campaign financial problems considered.
REPORTER: Brit Hume
(Chicago, Illinois) Hart campaign's preparations for Michigan caucuses Saturday examined; films shown. [HART - claims yesterday indicates his national appeal.] His later defense of vote for Chrysler bailout discussed; possible impact on his Michigan efforts considered. [Hart manager Oliver HENKEL - expects long campaign] Implications for Mondale campaign of possible Hart victory in Illinois next week mentioned.
REPORTER: Steve Shepard
(Studio) Jackson's Mississippi campaigning. today described; films shown. His later stops in Tennessee and Arkansas cited; Jackson mentioned requalifying for federal matching funds after yesterday's primaries. Glenn's campaign considerations today discussed. Upcoming items announced.
REPORTER: Peter Jennings
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