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Campaign '96 / Clinton In Midwest / Dole In California #611532

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Mar 23, 1996
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Ohio: John Palmer) Campaigning by President Clinton in the industrial Midwest, where he spoke about corporate responsibility to workers concerned with downsizing, featured; campaign scenes shown. [CLINTON - speaks about five ways companies can help the workers during downsizing.]

(Los Angeles: Gwen Ifill) Republican presidential candidate Senator Bob Dole's hunt for votes in a three-day swing through California featured; campaign scenes shown. [Today and yesterday, DOLE - campaigns.] [Dole California campaign manager Marty WILSON - recalls leading George Bush's campaign in California in '92.]

(Studio: Brian Williams) Coverage of presidential politics on tomorrow's Meet the Press announced.

Ifill, Gwen;
Palmer, John;
Williams, Brian

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