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Campaign '92 / Republicans #345564

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jul 26, 1992
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(Studio: Harry Smith) Report introduced.

(Washington: Bruce Morton) Republican concern about the presidential election examined; scenes shown of Vice President Dan Quayle at the stock car races in Talladega, Alabama. [QUAYLE - says President Bush has never wavered in his support.] [Republican political analyst Eddie MAHE - says the public votes for the president, not the vice president.] [Deputy Secretary of State Lawrence EAGLEBURGER - calls speculation that Secretary of State James Baker will leave his post nonsense.] [Senator Robert DOLE - comments.] Issue of the Republican platform on abortion noted. [Republicans for Choice Ann STONE - comment.] Republicans' view that the election is in Bush's hands noted.

Morton, Bruce;
Smith, Harry

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