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(Philadelphia: Tom Brokaw) NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll results concerning the presidential race given.
(Columbus, Ohio: David Gregory) Plans for Texas Governor George W. Bush's wife, Laura, to speak at the Republican National Convention in Philadelphia reported. [BUSH - talks about his wife's speech.]
(Philadelphia: Tom Brokaw, Tim Russert) Further analysis of poll results for the presidential race given and the Democrats' ad campaign against Bush's running mate Dick Cheney.
(Philadelphia: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.
(Philadelphia: Pete Williams) The security measures taken during the Republican National Convention reported; scenes shown of protestors in Philadelphia and of a training center near Washington. [US Secret Service Larry COCKELL - talks about training Secret Service agents.] [US Secret Service Jim WASHINGTON - comments.]
- Brokaw, Tom;
- Gregory, David;
- Russert, Tim;
- Williams, Pete
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