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Campaign '92 / Perot #588844

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Sep 03, 1992
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(Studio: Stone Phillips) Report introduced.

(Washington: Lisa Myers) Status of the candidacy of Ross Perot reexamined; scenes shown from Perot's California volunteers headquarters. [Volunteer Emmet CASH - says there is still hope.] [On July 16, PEROT - says he will not become a candidate.] [On "Today" on August 19, PEROT - says one of the parties will wake up.] His article in the "New York Times" denouncing both parties mentioned. Possibility of a Perot protest vote noted. [California voter Cheryl SPINACI - comments.] [Democratic pollster Peter HART - calls Perot the Benedict Arnold of 1992.]

Myers, Lisa;
Phillips, Stone

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