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Campaign '96 / Clinton vs. Dole / Perot #609591

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Oct 27, 1996
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(Studio: Ann Curry) Report introduced.

(Washington: Joe Johns) The raising of the integrity issue by Ross Perot, the third man in the presidential race between President Clinton and challenger Bob Dole, featured. [From Dallas, PEROT - criticizes Clinton.] [Vice presidential candidate Jack KEMP - begs Perot to support Dole.] [Former Speaker of the House Tom FOLEY - predicts there will be no Perot party or legacy.]

(San Jose: David Bloom) Dole's campaign in California on social issues featured; scenes shown from San Jose. [At a Vietnamese-American festival, DOLE - says Clinton does not protect the California borders; opposes crimes by illegal immigration; opposes racial quotas.] [Later in Sacramento, DOLE - acclaims that the reelection of Clinton would be an outrage.]

(Nashville, Tennessee: John Palmer) Clinton, the frontrunner, featured. [In the Rose Garden, CLINTON - promotes research against breast cancer.] [In Virginia, CLINTON - jokes about the state's voting habit.] [Senior advisor to the president George STEPHANOPOULOS - comments on Dole's negativity.] The president's concern about voter turnout on Election Day noted.

Bloom, David;
Curry, Ann;
Johns, Joe;
Palmer, John

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