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Campaign '92 / Texas / Perot #343911

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Apr 21, 1992
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(Studio: Dan Rather)

(Dallas: James Hattori) Potential presidential candidacy of Texas businessman H. Ross Perot featured; results of Texas poll on a state race between President Bush, Governor Bill Clinton, and Perot given. White House response noted. [PEROT - comments on his potential candidacy; denies getting rich off of government contracts.] [Texas Bush campaign Jim OBERWETTER - talks about Bush campaign in Texas.] Perot's petition drive to get his name on every state ballot, his resignation from private clubs which exclude minorities noted. [Republican political consultant David HILL - comments on Perot's airport project in Fort Worth, Texas.] Government contracts of Perot's EDS company mentioned. [Perot biographer Todd MASON - says Perot has looked out for himself.]

Reporter(s):
Hattori, James;
Rather, Dan
Duration:
00:02:50

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