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Campaign '92 / Democrats / Kerrey / Tsongas Health #140461

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Mar 05, 1992
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(Dallas: Peter Jennings) Tonight's coverage from the site of a Democratic candidates' debate previewed. Report introduced.

(Washington: Jack Smith) Announcement by Senator Bob Kerrey that he is pulling out of the campaign featured; scenes shown. [KERREY - calls President Bush unelectable; jokes about a post-mortem.] Problems with Kerrey's campaign reviewed. [Democratic pollster Peter HART - comments.]

(Dallas: Peter Jennings) Georgia exit poll findings about Governor Bill Clinton and Paul Tsongas recalled.

(New York: Tim Johnson) Issue of the Tsongas' health examined; details given of the medical procedure he underwent for his cancer. [Dana-Farber Cancer Institute Dr. Tak TAKVORIAN, Dr. George CANELLOS - talk about his lymphoma, current health and possibility of recurrence.] Tsongas shown swimming and campaigning.

Reporter(s):
Jennings, Peter;
Johnson, Tim;
Smith, Jack
Duration:
00:04:50

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