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Eye On America (Newark, Ohio / Campaign '92 / Bush) #335940

CBS Evening News for Monday, Nov 18, 1991
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Newark, Ohio: Bruce Morton) Effect of the recession on support for President Bush in Newark, Ohio, featured; scenes shown. [Worker Hobe MARTIN, pharmacist Janine SHIPLEY, home buyers David and Nancy HARDY, Republican businessman Jerry NETHERS, church caseworker Hettie Mae SCOTT - talk about the economy.] [Mayor-elect Democrat Frank STARE, Owens-Corning Ron PATTERSON, laid-off worker Chris ASHE, barber shop co- owner Sherm ROMAN - talk about President Bush.] [On October 31, BUSH - makes speech on tax cut.] Recession said to give Democrats a chance to speak to voters who might not otherwise listen. [Democratic pollster Harrison HICKMAN - comments on Democrats' chances in '92 election.]

Morton, Bruce;
Rather, Dan

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