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Campaign 04 / Dean / Campaign Financing / Bocskor, Korge Interviews #741576

CNN Evening News for Saturday, Nov 08, 2003
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(Studio: Carol Lin) Report introduced.

(Washington: Bruce Morton) Presidential candidate Howard Dean’s refusal to accept public financing for his campaign examined. [DEAN – criticizes President Bush’s fundraising.] [“Rothenberg Political Report” Stu ROTHENBERG†- says if the major candidates won’t take public funding, then it doesn’t exist any more.] The expectation that candidate John Kerry will follow suit noted.

(Studio: Carol Lin; Washington: William Schneider) The impact of Dean’s decision and the public financing system discussed. “Newsweek” poll findings on Bush cited.

(Studio: Carol Lin) Live discussion held with Republican fund-raiser Nancy Bocskor† and Democratic fund-raiser Chris Korge† about political fundraising and spending limits. [BOCSKOR, KORGE – offer views on campaign financing and Dean’s decision; speculate on whether Dean will accept contributions from special interest groups; comment on the amount of money Bush has raised.]

Lin, Carol;
Morton, Bruce;
Schneider, William

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