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Campaign '92 / The Democrats / Florida Primary #585891

NBC Evening News for Friday, Mar 06, 1992
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(Studio: Margaret Larson) Report introduced.

(Washington: Andrea Mitchell) Campaigning of Democratic candidates Governor Bill Clinton and Paul Tsongas as the Super Tuesday primaries near featured; scenes shown. [Today and in last night's Dallas debate, CLINTON, TSONGAS - talk about the economy.] [In debate, Jerry BROWN, CLINTON - bicker about civil rights issue.]

(Studio: Margaret Larson) Report introduced.

(Miami: Lisa Myers) The Super Tuesday battleground of Florida visited; scenes shown of campaigning by President Bush and the Democrats. [Pollster Bob JOFFE - talks about Florida demographics.] [BUSH - talks about his hopes for a post-Castro Cuba.] Thrust of Clinton's campaign in Florida outlined. [While wearing yarmulke, CLINTON - addresses Jewish audience.] Tsongas ad shown. [Supporter Joe GERBLER - canvasses for Tsongas.] [Florida voter Robert TACHE - backs Tsongas.] [Pollster Sergio BENDIXON - compares Clinton and Tsongas to Walter Mondale and Gary Hart in '84.]

Larson, Margaret;
Mitchell, Andrea;
Myers, Lisa

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