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1984 Vote / Primaries #90613

ABC Evening News for Monday, Jun 04, 1984
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(Studio) Total delegates won by Walter Mondale, Gary Hart and Jesse Jackson so far listed on screen; number delegates at stake in tomorrow's primaries in California, New Jersey, West Virginia, South Dakota and New Mexico mentioned.
REPORTER: Peter Jennings

(No location given) Mondale's final primary campaigning examined; films shown. [MONDALE - wants nomination; will appear in all primary states today; is proud of AFL-CIO endorsement.] (Loss of audio.)

(DC) Hart's campaign activities today featured; films shown. [HART - accuses Mondale of consciously and purposely misstating opponent's record.] Hart's reaction to Mondale's campaign tactics noted. [Last night, HART - criticizes Mondale's television commercial attacking Hart's stance on gun control.] His commitment to continuing campaign regardless of tomorrow's outcome noted. [HART - will take campaign to the conv.]
REPORTER: Steve Shepard

(Los Angeles, California) Jackson's campaign examined; his purchase of first television and radio commercials, include television ad featuring actor Martin Sheen, discussed. Commercials shown. [JACKSON - feels media exposure will increase his voter support.]
REPORTER: Kenneth Walker

Hume, Brit;
Jennings, Peter;
Shepard, Steve;
Walker, Kenneth.

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