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Campaign '96 / Clinton vs. Dole #410544

CNN Evening News for Saturday, Sep 07, 1996
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(Studio: Jeanne Meserve) The standings of President Clinton and presidential candidate Bob Dole in the latest CNN/USA Today/Gallup Poll cited. Clinton's call for the Senate to make it tougher for terrorists to get chemical weapons noted. [In his radio address, CLINTON - seeks the passage of the chemical weapons treaty.]

(Studio: Martin Savidge) Report introduced.

(Scranton, Pennsylvania: Candy Crowley) Campaigning by Dole on the abortion issue in Pennsylvania featured. [DOLE - opposes partial-birth abortions.] [Earlier at a Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, tennis racket company, DOLE - campaigns on the economy.] [In the South, vice presidential candidate Jack KEMP - campaigns.]

Crowley, Candy;
Meserve, Jeanne;
Savidge, Martin

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