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Campaign '92 / Bush vs. Clinton / Polls #143743

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Sep 06, 1992
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(Studio: Forrest Sawyer) Standings of President Bush and Democratic presidential candidate Bill Clinton in "Dallas Morning News" and "The Columbus Dispatch" polls cited.

(Chicago: Ann Compton) Campaigning by Bush in the suburbs and ethnic neighborhoods featured; scenes shown from a charity baseball game in Louisville, Kentucky; findings of "Time" poll on suburban voters cited. [In a Polish neighborhood in Chicago, BUSH - campaigns on jobs.]

(Studio: Forrest Sawyer) Bush's rejection of the proposed format for the presidential debates noted. [Democratic vice presidential nominee Senator Albert GORE - comments.]

(Darlington, SC: Chris Bury) Campaigning by Clinton in Republican South Carolina featured; scenes shown of Clinton being booed at the auto race in Darlington, SC. [CLINTON, conservative white voter Blake GARRISON, state senator John LAND - comment.] Aims of the Clinton campaign in the South reviewed.

(Studio: Forrest Sawyer) Report introduced.

(Washington: Kathleen deLaski) Campaign backlash against Bush's attacks on Congress examined; Bush's strategy of naming names while campaigning. [BUSH - blasts Representatives Harold Ford, Wyche Fowler.] [FOWLER - responds.] [Brookings Institution Stephen HESS - says there is no history of this attack on individual Congressmen.] [FOWLER - recalls that President Ronald Reagan also campaigned against him.]

Bury, Chris;
Compton, Ann;
Sawyer, Forrest;
deLaski, Kathleen

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