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Campaign 04 / Bush vs. Kerry / Economy / Campaign Ads #750550

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Mar 10, 2004
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(Studio: John Roberts) The importance of the jobs issue in the presidential election noted.

(White House: Bill Plante) The issue of jobs & the economy in the presidential election examined; campaign ad for President Bush shown; details given about Bush’s and Senator John Kerry’s plans for job growth. [In Ohio, BUSH – speaks against economic isolationism and raising taxes.] [KERRY – comments on job losses.]

(Studio: John Roberts) Report introduced.

(Washington: Byron Pitts) The use of “soft money” to pay for political attack ads featured; anti-Bush ad from Media Fund and anti-Kerry ad from Citizens United shown. [To supporters, KERRY – calls the Republicans “crooked” & “lying.”]

Roberts, John;
Plante, Bill;
Pitts, Byron

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