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Campaign 2004 / Bush vs. Kerry / North Carolina / Same-Sex Marriage #759251

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Jul 10, 2004
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(Studio: John Seigenthaler) "Newsweek" poll findings on the public's view of the presidential election race since Senator John Edwards came on the ticket outlined on screen.

(Raleigh, North Carolina: Carl Quintanilla) Senator John Kerry's campaign in Edwards' home state of North Carolina featured; campaign scenes & TV ads shown. [EDWARDS, KERRY - campaign.] The Southern battleground states for the Kerry-Edwards campaign named; map shown. [In radio address, EDWARDS - campaigns on the economy.] [Emory University professor Merle BLACK - predicts how Edwards will come across.]

(Studio: John Seigenthaler) Report introduced.

(White House: Rosiland Jordan) President Bush's promotion of a constitutional amendment for marriage between a man & a woman & the overall issue of "values" featured; scenes shown from New Jersey where couples lined up for domestic partner licenses. [Domestic partner Martin FINKLE†- reacts to the New Jersey law.] [In radio address, BUSH - opposes changing the traditional definition of marriage.] [In radio address, EDWARDS - campaigns.] [Heritage Foundation Rebecca HAGELIN†- talks about the core issues of family & faith.] [Former Dean campaign manager Joe TRIPPI - talks about this close race.]

Reporter(s):
Seigenthaler, John;
Quintanilla, Carl;
Jordan, Rosiland
Duration:
00:06:10

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