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Campaign '92 / Bush vs. Clinton / New Jersey #583817

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Oct 29, 1992
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Standings of Democratic presidential candidate Bill Clinton, President Bush and Ross Perot in the latest NBC News/"Wall Street Journal", ABC News and "USA Today"/CNN polls compared.

(Detroit: Andrea Mitchell) Going on the offensive by Clinton against Bush featured. [CLINTON - says Bush's ads are lies.] Bush ad claims detailed. [CLINTON - campaigns on the trust issue.] [In Toledo, Ohio, and Detroit, CLINTON - campaigns.]

(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.

(Grand Rapids, Michigan: John Cochran) Campaigning by Bush in Michigan featured; Bush negative ad shown. [Governor John ENGLER - campaigns.] [BUSH - campaigns against those two "bozos"; calls Democratic vice presidential nominee Senator Albert Gore "ozone man."] Bush shown with former President Gerald Ford, the last Republican president to lose a reelection.

(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.

(Cranford, New Jersey: Bob Kur) The election campaign in New Jersey, where the support for Clinton is deemed soft, examined. [New Jersey pollster Janice BALLOU - calls the state race a toss-up.] [New Jersey voters homemaker Marcie KLEINMAN, business executive Gordon STEWART, jewelry store manager Ellen RAYMER, truck driver Peter VALMY, marketing researcher Kerrey GLENNON, homemaker Judy GALE - cite who they will vote for.]

Brokaw, Tom;
Cochran, John;
Kur, Bob;
Mitchell, Andrea

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