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Campaign '92 / Bush vs. Clinton / Perot, Texas #588738

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Sep 23, 1992
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.

(Washington: Bob Kur) Today's campaigning by President Bush and Democratic presidential candidate Bill Clinton and the question of Ross Perot's status featured; scenes shown. [At Penn State University, BUSH - talks about Clinton's taxing in Arkansas.] [CLINTON - talks about Perot.] [On "CBS This Morning", PEROT - says the candidates have not faced the issues.] Perot's economic proposals outlined on screen. [California coordinator Bob HAYDEN - backs Perot.]

(San Antonio, Texas: Lisa Myers) The battle for Texas featured; scenes shown from Mineral Wells, Texas, a town facing hard times due to the fall of the oil business. [Unemployed mechanic Steve DAVIS, oil man R. E.. PHILLIPS, hardware store owner Janet HOLLAND, Gary GLOVER, suburbanites Barbara and David BONHAM - talk about the election campaign.] [Governor Ann RICHARDS - feels Perot hurts Bush in Texas.] [Clinton senior adviser Henry CISNEROS - predicts high Hispanic vote for Clinton.] Revolt by Republican women against Bush noted. [Republican Women for Choice, Dallas, Connie HEARN - comments.] [Bush campaign Brian BERRY - promises a bare- knuckles campaign.]

(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Interviews held with Texas politicians Senator Phil Gramm and lands commissioner and Clinton campaigner Garry Mauro. [GRAMM, MAURO - talk about the economic issue, Democratic vice presidential nominee Senator Albert Gore's environmental views in Texas and how the Texas campaign will turn out.]

Brokaw, Tom;
Kur, Bob;
Myers, Lisa

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