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Campaign '92 / Democratic National Convention / Clinton #142282

ABC Evening News for Monday, Jul 13, 1992
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(Madison Square Garden: Peter Jennings) Beginning of a week on location in Madison Square Garden at the Democratic national convention introduced.

(Madison Square Garden: Jeff Greenfield) The Democratic Party's aim of unity at the convention examined; scenes shown of '80 candidate shaking hands with defeated primary challenger Senator Edward Kennedy. Positions of Democrats Paul Tsongas, Jerry Brown, Jesse Jackson and Virginia Governor L. Douglas Wilder, who might defect to the camp of undeclared candidate Ross Perot, on the Governor Bill Clinton-Senator Albert Gore ticket reviewed. [Former candidate Paul TSONGAS; on "Meet the Press", JACKSON - comment.]

(Madison Square Garden: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.

(New York: Chris Bury) Clinton's day in New York featured; scenes shown of him jogging and working the crowds. [CLINTON - says his family was poor; adds he will raise taxes on the rich.] [Wife Hillary CLINTON - addresses Brown supporters.]

(Madison Square Garden: Peter Jennings) The two challenges that Clinton faces in New York noted.

(Madison Square Garden: Jim Wooten) Orchestration of the Democrats here to focus on the party's move towards a centrist position examined; scenes shown of the video wall behind the podium. [Clinton media consultant Frank GREER - says the appeal is to the middle-class voter.]

Reporter(s):
Bury, Chris;
Greenfield, Jeff;
Jennings, Peter;
Wooten, Jim
Duration:
00:06:50

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