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Nightline: The 96 Vote #648448

ABC Special for Monday, Sep 23, 1996

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  • Live discussions with Cokie Roberts (ABC), John Cochran (ABC), and political analyst Charles Cook re: issues related to political polling.
  • Taped segment with Cochran, Professor Daryl West, Presidential Debates Commission Co-Chairman Paul Kirk, G. Donald Ferree of the Roper Center, political pollster Paul Talmey, political pollster Frank Luntz, and ABC News Polling Director Jeff Alderman.
  • Taped segment with Jack Smith (ABC), congressional candidate Darrel Ealum, Darvin Eason of Lenox Ag Service, Professor Lee Formwalt, Rep. Sanford Bishop, farmer Martin McClendon, "Albany Herald" Editor Kay Read, and unidentified others, and a brief live discussion between Roberts and Smith re: the Georgia congressional race between Ealum and Bishop.
  • Taped excerpts of statements by Republican presidential candidate Robert Dole, Bill Clinton, and Reform Party presidential candidate Ross Perot.

  • Duration:
    00:30:00

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