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Campaign '96 / Clinton vs. Dole #366358

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Oct 13, 1996
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(Studio: John Roberts) President Clinton said signing a bill aimed at predators using the date rape bill Rohipnol.

(Albuquerque: Bill Plante) Clinton's campaign focus on the announced drop in America's crime rate featured. [In Denver and Albuquerque, CLINTON - cites the FBI's crime rate figures.] [Vice President Al GORE - reacts to presidential candidate Bob Dole's campaign strategy of character attack.] [Deputy chief of staff Harold ICKES - comments on the campaign contribution issue.]

(Somerville, New Jersey: Troy Roberts) The Dole campaign featured. [In Somerset, New Jersey, DOLE - campaigns.] [Vice presidential candidate Jack KEMP - lists "character" issues.] [On Face the Nation, Representative Newt GINGRICH - refers to the contributions to the Clinton campaign by an Indonesian billionaire.] Wednesday's presidential debate mentioned.

Plante, Bill;
Roberts, John;
Roberts, Troy

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