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Campaign '92 / Democrats / Bush / Super Tuesday #585922

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Mar 08, 1992
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(Studio: Garrick Utley) Map shown of "Super Tuesday" states.

(Washington: Andrea Mitchell) The Democratic campaign featured; details given of expectation that Senator Tom Harkin will drop out of the race tomorrow. [In black churches in Texas, Governor Bill CLINTON; in black church in Tennessee, Paul TSONGAS - campaign.] [TSONGAS - says it is a matter of time.] [TSONGAS, CLINTON - criticize each other.] Negative campaign ads from both sides shown. Story in "New York Times" about Clinton's investment in a "sweetheart" real estate deal reported. [CLINTON - responds to charges.] [TSONGAS - says Clinton made an error in judgment.] [Jerry BROWN - criticizes Clinton.]

(Studio: Garrick Utley; Washington: Lisa Myers) The protest vote against President Bush discussed. Importance of voters' notice that change is wanted explained.

(Studio: Garrick Utley) Interview held with a political pollster about "Super Tuesday." [Brad COKER - says Super Tuesday was designed in 1988 to given a Southern moderate an edge and should now help Clinton; talks about why Harkin's campaign failed.]

(Studio: Garrick Utley) Special news coverage of Super Tuesday announced.

Mitchell, Andrea;
Myers, Lisa;
Utley, Garrick

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