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Lake Geneva, Wisconsin / Republican Governors Meeting #138470

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Nov 15, 1992
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(Studio: Forrest Sawyer) Report introduced.

(Lake Geneva, WI: Walter Rodgers) Conference for Republican governors to discuss the election featured; scenes shown from Lake Geneva, WI, resort. [Association chairman Governor Tommy THOMPSON, Governor Kirk FORDICE, Governor-elect Edward SCHAFER, Governor Jim EDGAR - talk about the party, President Bush, what was done and what was not done.] Division within the party on the role of the Christian right outlined. [Governors Carroll CAMPBELL, William WELD - comment.] Arrival tomorrow of Vice President Dan Quayle, Senator Robert Dole and presidential hopeful Senator Phil Gramm to help rebuild the party mentioned.

Rodgers, Walter;
Sawyer, Forrest

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