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Eye On The Campaign (Campaign '92: Florida Voters) #342100

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 03, 1992
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Feelings in Florida about the election campaign between President Bush, Democrat Bill Clinton and Ross Perot featured; scenes shown from Bartow, Florida, which is in a county facing hard times. [Four VOTERS, citrus grower Richard CLARK, Polk County, Florida, county clerk Bud DIXON, local newspaper editor S.L. FRISBIE, black church pastor Ken TURNER, lab technician Marie IRVING, dragline operator Steve BUCKNER, chamber of commerce Ernest SMITH, former college professor Ginger SMITH; at high school football game, four PEOPLE - offer opinions on the race.]

Rather, Dan

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