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Campaign '92 / Bush vs. Clinton / Illinois #341321

CBS Evening News for Friday, Oct 16, 1992
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(Chicago: Dan Rather) Standings of President Bush, Democrat Bill Clinton and Ross Perot in the presidential race in Illinois and of Carol Moseley Braun in her Illinois Senate race against Rich Williamson in the latest CBS News/"New York Times" poll outlined.

(Chicago: Bob Schieffer) The Illinois Senate race featured; black woman Braun's campaign scenes shown. [BRAUN - comments.] Charges that Braun mishandled her ailing mother's finances reviewed. [WILLIAMSON - attacks Braun's ethics.] [Three VOTERS - comment.] [In a debate, BRAUN - calls the campaign sleazy.]

Rather, Dan;
Schieffer, Bob

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