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Decision '96 / Dole vs. Clinton #163003

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Oct 13, 1996
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(Studio: Carole Simpson) Report introduced.

(Hamilton, New Jersey: John Donvan) The strategies behind the last weeks of presidential candidate Bob Dole's campaign examined. [In New Jersey, DOLE - campaigns against President Clinton.] [Vice presidential candidate Jack KEMP - lists "character" issues.]

(Studio: Carole Simpson) New crime in America figures cited.

(Albuquerque: Jerry King) President Clinton's campaign featured; scenes shown from the campaign trail. [CLINTON - campaigns on crime issues.] [Clinton/Gore '96 spokesman Joe LOCKHART - criticizes Dole's campaign.]

(Studio: Carole Simpson) Report introduced.

(In his office: Jeff Greenfield) Civility on the campaign trail examined; various scenes shown to illustrate the politeness in the presidential and vice presidential debates. The fact that the debates, while civil, were perceived as boring, and the issue of public character detailed.

Donvan, John;
Greenfield, Jeff;
King, Jerry;
Simpson, Carole

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