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America Close Up (Campaign '92: Perot Supporters) #587211

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Jun 23, 1992
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(Studio: Jane Pauley) Report introduced.

(Tonawanda, New York: Bob Kur) The voice of the people with regard to undeclared candidate Ross Perot examined; scenes shown from Cheektowaga, New York. [Perot supporters Gus PUSSATERRI, businessman Gordon GALLOWAY, retired newspaper editor Howard WYROCK, auto worker Sherman KAHN - talk about Perot.] View around Buffalo, New York, that the Perot wave has crested noted. [Perot supporters salesman T.R. CASAMENTO, data processor Ron FRYS, computer operator Peter VILLANO, legal assistant Debra Ann REID, legislative aide Tracey ADAMS, factory worker Donna PRIMIANO - worry about Perot's positions.]

(Studio: Jane Pauley) Clarification given of last week's report on Perot's claim that he put his General Motors Corporation money in an escrow account. Perot's appearance on "Today" tomorrow mentioned.

Kur, Bob;
Pauley, Jane

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