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Campaign '92 / Bush vs. Clinton / Final Weekend / Perot #341550

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Oct 31, 1992
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Reporters covering the three presidential candidates introduced.

(Oshkosh, WI: Susan Spencer) Campaigning by President Bush on the character issue featured; scenes shown from Burlington, Iowa, of "Iran Contra Haunts You!!" aerial banner; details given of memo linking Bush to the arms-for-hostages Iran/Contra deal. [On his train, BUSH - says a desperate Bill Clinton is re-airing the issue.] [On "Larry King Live", BUSH - answers question about Iran/Contra.] [Today, BUSH - jokes about Clinton.]

(Davenport, Iowa: Bill Plante) Campaigning by Clinton on the issues of the economy and Bush's character as the race narrows featured. [In Decatur, Georgia, CLINTON - responds to Bush's charges.] [In Dalton, Georgia, Democratic vice presidential nominee Senator Albert GORE - attacks Bush.] [In Davenport, Iowa, CLINTON - campaigns.]

(Kansas City, Missouri: Bill Lagattuta) Campaigning by Ross Perot for the undecided voter featured; scenes shown of him on the campaign trail in Florida, including the removal of an AIDS heckler. [PEROT - attacks Bush; addresses the AIDS issue.]

(Studio: Bob Schieffer; Oshkosh: Susan Spencer; Davenport: Bill Plante; Kansas City: Bill Lagattuta) Reminiscences of the campaign trail discussed; Bush's calling Gore "ozone," Clinton's bus tours and Perot's speech in Nashville, Tennessee, in July mentioned.

(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Standings of the three men in the latest CBS News/"New York Times" and CNN/"USA Today" polls outlined.

Lagattuta, Bill;
Plante, Bill;
Schieffer, Bob;
Spencer, Susan

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