Campaign '92 Watch / Bush vs. Clinton / Family Values Oregon Economy / Quayle, New Hampshire #143812
ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Sep 09, 1992
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Democratic presidential candidate Bill Clinton shown meeting with Jesse Jackson and black Baptist ministers in Atlanta while President Bush campaigned in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
(Washington, Missouri: Jim Wooten) Campaign focus on the Republicans' handling of the family values issues featured; details given; scenes shown from Washington, Missouri, where Republicans usually win. [Kathy OLDENBURG, Bush-Quayle coordinator Kay WUMACK, two WOMEN, MAN, Margaret LACKEY - say economy, not family values should be stressed.] The general feeling that the people are disappointed in Bush and unsure of Clinton stressed.
(Studio: Peter Jennings) Vice President Dan Quayle's recording of a promotional message for a television station that is broadcasting reruns of "Murphy Brown" reported. [QUAYLE - says "Murphy Brown" on KTLA Channel 5--not!] Deborah Arnesen reported winning the Democratic nomination for governor of New Hampshire despite saying taxes are needed.
- Jennings, Peter;
- Wooten, Jim
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