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HARKIN
Continued from page 1
through the Michigan Primary," he
said. "My heart was in the the
Harkin campaign."
LSA sophomore Jean Shapiro,
another Harkin supporter, said she
does not think Harkin was ever a
factor in the race.
"Even if his whole following
supported another candidate, I don't
think it would make much
difference," she said.
Business School graduate student
Rob Davis said he is unsure whether
Harkin's withdrawal will affect the
remainder of the campaign.
Davis said Harkin's followers
could affect the race if they are
asked to write him in or support an-
other candidate. Davis added he was
not affected by Harkin's withdrawal
because he supports President Bush,
who he said is "the lesser of six
evils."
LSA senior Dana Miller, College
Democrats president, said Harkin's
announcement will affect the race -
especially in Ann Arbor. She said
there is talk that Harkin supporters
will now turn to Clinton or Brown.
Miller, whose personal favorite
was Harkin, said she is now unde-
cided, but is considering supporting
Clinton or Brown. "We'll see who's
still in the race," she said.
Other students such as
) Engineering junior Stewart Katz said

PRIMARIES
Continued from page 1
Michigan aimed directly at the la-
bor vote.
"Let's rebuild our manufactur-
ing base, build a high-tech base,
plan a transition from a defense to a
domestic economy, and organize
our people to compete and win
again," he said.
Clinton campaign spokesperson
Carter Wilkie said Clinton would
campaign aggressively in
Michigan.
"We're going to be out there
even harder, going after working
people and middle-class families
that may have been leaning toward
a Harkin candidacy," he said.
"I think if people take a close
look, they'll be the most interested
in Governor Clinton's message."
Tsongas aides said they were
preparing fresh television commer-
cials criticizing Clinton's record as
governor of Arkansas; Clinton was
ready with a reminder to voters that
Tsongas opposes legislation that
would ban the hiring of permanent
replacement workers in cases of
strikes.
Clinton, the favorite in primaries
in Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi,
Oklahoma and Tennessee and cau-

cases in Missouri, headed for,
Kissimmee, Fort Lauderdale and
Tampa on the final rounds of his
Super Tuesday campaign.
He sought to depict Tsongas as
the stronger of the two men in
Florida, saying his rival "has had a
big advantage in this race" because
he has targeted Florida.
Clinton said, "I've got the best
program for conversion from the
defense to the domestic side. ... I've
got by far a better program for
tourism, I've got a better program
for senior citizens, a much better
program for control of health-care
costs."
Tsongas said the choice was be-
tween "whether you grow the econ-
omy or whether you give out tax
breaks."
The main dispute centered on
Social Security.
Clinton was running a television
commercial saying Tsongas favored
a cut in cost-of-living adjustments
for the elderly.
Brown took aim at the political
establishment in general and Clin-
ton in particular.
"Rhode Island is a perfect ex-
ample of what politics is doing to
people right in their pocket," he
said in a reference to a scandal in
the state's banking system.

they had not heard of Harkin's deci-
sion to pull out of the race. Katz said
he will support Clinton. "He's the
one I hate the least," he said.
Engineering junior Peter Arnold
asked, "Who's Harkin, the health-

care guy?" Although Arnold said he "Bush has ignored public opinion
is a Republican, he would like to see and he seems to have taken care of
Clinton nominated for president. one class and forgotten the rest."
Arnold said that while he thinks
Bush will win a second term, he is -Associated Press contributed
critical of the incumbent. to this story.

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