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Campaign '92 / Bush vs. Clinton / Polls and Newspapers #138145

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Oct 25, 1992
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(Studio: Forrest Sawyer) Standings of presidential candidates Democrat Bill Clinton, President Bush and Ross Perot in the latest ABC News poll outlined; state electoral map shown.

(Flemington, New Jersey: Morton Dean) First appearance by Perot on the road since July featured. [In New Jersey, PEROT - says he withdrew because he heard the Republican Party intended to smear his daughter before her wedding.] [On July 16, PEROT - explains the political reasons why he is withdrawing.]

(Sioux Falls, South Dakota: Ann Compton) Bush's final campaign drive featured. [BUSH - calls Perot's claims outrageous.] [Before a group of farmers and ranchers, BUSH - says Clinton's campaign has been interfering with a trade agreement in Europe.]

(Saginaw, Michigan: Chris Bury) Campaigning by Clinton in the home stretch featured. [In Saginaw, Michigan, CLINTON - campaigns; mentions the accusations from Bush and Perot that each has been investigating the other's children.] Michigan poll said suggesting Perot has cut Clinton's lead. [CLINTON - casts himself in the role of the audience's hired hand.]

(Studio: Forrest Sawyer) Endorsement of Clinton by the "New York Daily News", "New York Times", "Boston Globe", "The Denver Post" and "The Hartford Courant", of Bush by "Houston Chronicle" and "The Houston Post" and of Perot by the "Syracuse Herald Journal" reported"".

Bury, Chris;
Compton, Ann;
Dean, Morton;
Sawyer, Forrest

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