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Campaign 2000 (Convention: New Technology) #635617

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Jul 29, 2000
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(Philadelphia: John Seigenthaler) How the Internet is transforming the presidential campaign introduced; details given of how Texas Governor George W. Bush and Vice President Al Gore have integrated the Worldwide Web into their campaigns. [Republican National Committee chairman Jim NICHOLSON - says the party that does better in using the technology will prevail.] [Republican Internet supervisor Larry PURPURO - says each party can target campaign messages.] [NetPolitics Group Lynn REED - explains the 'web message process.] New Federal Election Commission figures on how much money has been raised by Bush versus Gore cited.

Seigenthaler, John

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