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In Depth (Campaign 2000: Women's Vote) #635719

NBC Evening News for Friday, Jul 07, 2000
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Washington: Claire Shipman) The efforts of Vice President Al Gore to win the women's vote examined. [GORE - addresses audience.] [Democratic pollster Fred YANG - says no Democrat has lost the women's vote for many years.] [Voter Rico BISHOP - says Gore needs to swing her on issues.] [Gore's daughter Karenna Gore SCHIFF - says her father is fighting for women's votes.]

(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Washington: David Gregory) The efforts of Texas Governor George W. Bush to win the women's vote reported. [Republican pollster Neil NEWHOUSE - says Bush does not remind people of things they don't like about Republicans.] [iVillage.com Hannah PINGREE - explains some of Bush's appeal.] [Voter Wendy NOWN - explains what would get her to vote for Bush.]

Reporter(s):
Gregory, David;
Shipman, Claire;
Williams, Brian
Duration:
00:04:20

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