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Campaign '96 / Debates / Perot / Clinton vs. Dole #168810

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Sep 22, 1996
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(Studio: Deborah Roberts) Report introduced.

(White House: Jerry King) The campaign by Ross Perot to get included in the presidential debates after the commission excluded him featured. [PEROT, Democratic National Committee chairman Senator Christopher DODD, presidential candidate Bob DOLE - offer views on the debates issue.] The plans for debates between Dole President Clinton on October 6 and 16, with a vice presidential debate in between, outlined.

(Studio: Deborah Roberts) Clinton's plans for the coming week noted.

(Grayslake, Illinois: Bob Zelnick) Dole's campaign on economic issues featured; excerpt shown from Dole's TV ad [DOLE - speaks about taxes.]

(Studio: Deborah Roberts) Report introduced.

(Harlem, New York: Jack Smith) Kemp's campaign for the black vote and his chances in the next presidential campaign featured; scenes shown of him on the trail across the country. [Sylvia's Restaurant manager Van WOODS - says he's a Republican in Harlem.] [Abyssinian Baptist Church Reverend Calvin BUTTS, Center for Neighborhood Enterprise Robert WOODSON - assess Kemp's chances to get the African American vote.]

King, Jerry;
Roberts, Deborah;
Smith, Jack;
Zelnick, Bob

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