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Campaign 04 / Bush vs. Kerry / Swing Town: Allentown, Pennsylvania #753970

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Apr 27, 2004
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Senator John Kerry’s appearance in Youngstown, Ohio, where he promoted his jobs message, noted. Series on the views of residents of Allentown, Pennsylvania, a town that often reflects the way the national vote swings, as the presidential election approaches introduced.

(Allentown, Pennsylvania: Jim Axelrod) The views of voters in Allentown on the presidential election featured. [Unemployed steel worker Richard STERNER†, restaurant owner Louie BELLETIERI†, schoolteacher John ANNONI†- comment on issues, politics.]

Rather, Dan;
Axelrod, Jim

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