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Campaign '92 / South Carolina / Florida #585905

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Mar 07, 1992
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(Studio: Garrick Utley) Report introduced.

(Columbia, SC: Kenley Jones) The vote in the primaries in South Carolina between Republicans President Bush and challengers Patrick Buchanan and David Duke and between Democrats Governor Bill Clinton and Paul Tsongas featured; details given of the link between the vote and the state's economy. [Voter Clifford SHORT, two VOTERS - comment on the Republican choices.] [Two VOTERS - comment on the Democratic options.] Campaign strategies of the candidates reviewed.

(Studio: Garrick Utley) Focus in Democratic debate in Florida on the health care issue reported; scenes shown of debate between Clinton, Tsongas and Jerry Brown. Report introduced.

(Montgomery, Alabama: John Cochran) Today's campaigning by the two Republicans featured; scenes shown of Bush at Pensacola Naval Air Station, Florida, at a museum housing his World War II training records and fishing in Alabama. [BUSH - promotes national security.] Buchanan and Duke shown campaigning in Louisiana. [After jogging, BUSH - comments.] [BUCHANAN - says his disagreements with Bush are deep.] Question raised of whether Buchanan can win one state.

Reporter(s):
Cochran, John;
Jones, Kenley;
Utley, Garrick
Duration:
00:05:40

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