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Campaign 2000 (Gore vs. Bush: DUI Arrest / Social Security) #391222

CBS Evening News for Friday, Nov 03, 2000
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Saginaw, Michigan: Bill Whitaker) The discovery of presidential candidate Governor George W. Bush's 1976 DUI arrest in Maine reported. [In Michigan, BUSH - admits he has made mistakes; questions the timing of the news release.] ["Dallas Morning News" Wayne SLATER - says Bush denied being arrested.] [Bush communications director Karen HUGHES - says Bush admits not having a "perfect record".]

(Studio: Dan Rather) Denial from Vice President Al Gore's campaign that it was behind the leak reported.

(Portland, ME: Jim Axelrod) Details about Bush's arrest presented; documents shown. [BUSH - comments on the incident.] [Democratic activist Thomas CONNOLLY - says the Gore campaign had nothing to do with his release of information.]

(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Knoxville, Tennessee: John Roberts) Gore's campaign stop in Tennessee reported; TV ad shown; details given of Gore's focus on Social Security noted. [GORE - campaigns.] [Senator Tom HARKIN - criticizes Bush.]

(Studio: Dan Rather) Interviews held with Bush and Gore. [BUSH - says he prays for strength.] [GORE - says he prays to be worthy.]

Axelrod, Jim;
Rather, Dan;
Roberts, John;
Whitaker, Bill

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