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Campaign '92 / Quayle-O'Connor Meeting / Evangelical Christian Vote #587055

NBC Evening News for Monday, Jun 15, 1992
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(Studio: Jane Pauley) Scenes shown of Vice President Dan Quayle meeting with Cardinal John O'Connor in New York City; their positions on the abortion issue mentioned. Report introduced.

(Dallas: Jim Cummins) Role of the evangelical Christian vote in campaign '92 featured; scenes shown of televangelist Pat Robertson during his '88 presidential campaign. [At campaign function, MAN - gives thanks for President Bush.] Results given of "700 Club" poll on who viewers would vote for. [On "700 Club", ROBERTSON - comments on poll.] [On June 9, QUAYLE - responds to criticisms of his remarks re: the "Murphy Brown" television show.] [On talk radio show, announcer John CLEMMONS, LISTENER - talk about campaign '92.] [Probe Media Kirby ANDERSON - comments on Bush's support.]

Cummins, Jim;
Pauley, Jane

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