NBC Evening News for Friday, Nov 15, 1991
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.
(New Orleans: Jim Cummins) Tomorrow's gubernatorial election in Louisiana between former governor Edwin Edwards and former Klansman David Duke featured; scenes shown of both men on the campaign trail. [DUKE - accuses Edwards of selling jobs.] [EDWARDS - responds to charges he sold offices and is a womanizer.] [Ex-Duke state coordinator Bob HAWKS - says Duke is not a born-again Christian.] Republican anti-Duke television ad shown. [Freeport-McMoran Corporation CEO Jim Bob MOFFETT - states businessman's point of view.]
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