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Campaign '92 / Democrats #582790

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Sep 21, 1991
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(Studio: Mary Alice Williams) Report introduced.

(Los Angeles: Lisa Myers) Meeting of the Democratic National Committee to devise a strategy for taking on President Bush featured; scenes shown from Los Angeles. [Iowa Democratic Party chairman Tom ROEHRICK, California Democratic Party chairman Phil ANGELIDES, misidentified DEMOCRAT - comment.] [Candidates Senator Tom HARKIN, Governor Bill CLINTON, Senator Bob KERREY, Paul TSONGAS, Governor L. Douglas WILDER, former California governor Jerry BROWN - make speeches.] Political positions or strategies of these seven men outlined. Chances of the candidates assessed; anecdotes told about Harkin and Brown. Jesse Jackson mentioned.

Myers, Lisa;
Williams, Mary Alice

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