NBC Evening News for Saturday, Jun 06, 1992
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(Studio: Garrick Utley) Undeclared candidate Ross Perot reported approaching the network about buying prime time on June 27.
(Washington: Bob Kur) Approaches Governor Bill Clinton and President Bush might take if campaign '92 becomes a three-way race examined; political scenes shown; details given of the search-for-constituencies issue. [Democratic pollster Harrison HICKMAN - notes how a three-way race would benefit Clinton.] [CLINTON - campaigns on the cities issue.] [On March 3, BUSH - admits "no new taxes" was a mistake.] [Pollster Linda DiVALL - says if Perot fades, the party candidates need a new plan.]
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