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Eye On The Campaign (Campaign '92: Florida) #341372

CBS Evening News for Friday, Oct 02, 1992
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Views of the people of Tampa, Florida, on the campaign between President Bush and Democratic presidential candidate Bill Clinton featured; scenes shown from the city. [In a roundtable discussion with the reporter, retired furniture maker Robert FOSTER, retired social worker Rosalie PECK, retired GM supervisor Dick HOLMES, college professor Art PETERSON, retired school teacher Betty MANN, retired corporate executive Allan SOLOMON, newspaper editor Roland MANTEIGA - talk about impact and motivation of Ross Perot, the strengths and weaknesses of Bush and the debates.]

Rather, Dan

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