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Campaign 2000 (Gore vs. Bush: Battleground States: Florida / Tennessee) #390754

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Oct 25, 2000
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(Studio: Dan Rather) CBS News/New York Times poll results concerning the presidential race between Vice President Al Gore and Governor George W. Bush reported.

(Brandon, Florida: Bill Whitaker) Bush's campaign stops in Florida reported; scenes shown from the campaign trail. [Governor Jeb BUSH - says he told his brother that the Republicans would get Florida.] [Senator John McCAIN - says the Democrats "scare the seniors" every four years.] [BUSH - campaigns.]

(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Nashville, Tennessee: John Roberts) Gore's campaign stop in Tennessee reported; scenes shown. [GORE - asks voters to fight for him.] [BUSH - says Gore will not win Tennessee.] [On plane, GORE - talks about Tennessee.] [Vanderbilt University Bruce OPPENHEIMER - says Tennessee is a divided, partisan state.]

Reporter(s):
Rather, Dan;
Roberts, John;
Whitaker, Bill
Duration:
00:04:20

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