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Campaign '92 / Bush vs. Clinton / Perot / Gays and Lesbians #341509

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Oct 29, 1992
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Three field reporters introduced.

(Dallas: Bill Lagattuta) Campaigning by Ross Perot featured; scenes shown from Denver last night. [PEROT - defends his integrity.] Possible lawsuit against Perot by a group of his former volunteer coordinators who accuse him of running credit checks on them noted. [Former Ohio coordinator Cliff ARNEBECK - says Perot secretly investigated us.] [Two SUPPORTERS - comment.] The Perot in his ads compared to the Perot on the podium.

(Grand Rapids, Michigan: Susan Spencer) Campaigning by President Bush in Michigan featured; Macomb County, Michigan, scenes shown. [Governor John ENGLER - campaigns.] [BUSH - attacks Bill Clinton and "ozone man," Democratic vice presidential nominee Senator Albert Gore.] [In Grand Rapids, Michigan, BUSH - says he will win.] Bush's decision to do an interview with MTV mentioned.

(Jersey City, New Jersey: Richard Threlkeld) The attraction of gays and lesbians to Clinton's campaign examined; scenes shown of Clinton in New Jersey, where he will speak on AIDS. [On May 18, before gay and lesbian audience, CLINTON - says he has a vision and you are part of it.] [Texas state legislature Glen MAXEY - backs Clinton/Gore.] [GAY - criticizes Bush.] Christian Coalition's ad against Clinton's ties to the gay community shown.

Lagattuta, Bill;
Rather, Dan;
Spencer, Susan;
Threlkeld, Richard

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