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Campaign '92 / Bush vs. Clinton / The Vice Presidential Candidates #143394

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Sep 13, 1992
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(Studio: Carole Simpson) Democratic presidential candidate Bill Clinton shown at church in Little Rock, Arkansas, while President Bush attended a rally in Orange County, California, with former President Ronald Reagan. The approach to campaigning by vice presidential candidates Senator Albert Gore and Vice President Dan Quayle examined. [In Missouri, GORE - says Bush and Quayle have driven the country into a ditch.] [On "This Week with David Brinkley", QUAYLE - says Clinton will raise taxes; says that Clinton refuses to put out the facts on the draft issue.] [In interview, GORE - compares the approaches to taxes; says the opposition is diverting attention from the economy.] [Political analyst Michael BARONE - says Gore is doing better than Quayle.] [Vice presidential candidate Senator Lloyd BENTSEN - says voters really vote for the president.]

Reporter(s):
Simpson, Carole
Duration:
00:02:50

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