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Campaign '92 / Poll / The Democrats / The Voters #140086

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Mar 15, 1992
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(Studio: Forrest Sawyer) Findings of "Time" magazine poll that President Bush and Governor Bill Clinton would be a tie in an election held today outlined; scenes shown of Clinton campaigning at a black church.

(Chicago: Mike von Fremd) The campaign of Paul Tsongas in the Midwest featured; scenes shown. [TSONGAS - talks about Clinton and options at the convention.] Importance of Illinois primary for Tsongas's future in the Democratic race detailed.

(Detroit: Linda Pattillo) The campaign of Jerry Brown in Michigan featured; scenes shown of him campaigning in a state hit hard by the recession. [In Detroit, BROWN - campaigns.] Endorsement of Brown's campaign by Detroit Representative John Conyers noted. The problem of Brown's lack of funds cited.

(Studio: Forrest Sawyer) Report introduced.

(Chicago: Jack Smith) View of the campaign as seen by Chicagoans featured; scenes shown from Lou Mitchell's Coffee Shop. [Seven DINERS, two WAITRESSES - talk about Clinton, Tsongas and Brown, Bush and Patrick Buchanan.]

Pattillo, Linda;
Sawyer, Forrest;
Smith, Jack;
von Fremd, Mike

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