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Campaign '92 / Bush vs. Clinton / Military Service Issue #143435

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Sep 15, 1992
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(Charlotte, North Carolina: Peter Jennings) Importance of the suburbs in this election noted; scenes shown of President Bush and Democratic presidential candidate Bill Clinton, who both appeared in Salt Lake City, UT, to speak before the National Guard Association Reports introduced.

(Denver: Brit Hume) Campaigning by Bush on the military service issue featured. [BUSH - says he came to support the National Guard; recalls how Vice President Dan Quayle stood his ground on military service questions; reads letter from mother whose son was killed during the Persian Gulf war.]

(Charlotte, North Carolina: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.

(Salt Lake City: Chris Bury) Campaigning by Clinton featured. [CLINTON - talks about a president's decision to put young men in harm's way; supports a stronger role for the Guard and reserves; emphasizes the economy.]

Reporter(s):
Bury, Chris;
Hume, Brit;
Jennings, Peter
Duration:
00:04:50

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