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Campaign 2004 / Bush vs. Kerry / Running Mate / Harwood Interview #759957

NBC Evening News for Monday, Jul 05, 2004
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(Studio: Brian Williams) The guessing game over Senator John Kerry's choice for a running mate introduced. Note: local weather bulletin on screen 5:33:40 to 5:35:00.

(Fox Chapel, Pennsylvania: Carl Quintanilla) The belief that Kerry might announce his pick in his Tuesday speech featured; details given of the public relations that is part of the guessing game over Senator John Edwards, Representative Richard Gephardt & Governor Tom Vilsack. [GEPHARDT - comments.] [Democratic strategists Julian EPSTEIN†, Morris REID†- comment on Kerry's handling of the v.p. issue.] How President Bush's camp will likely respond in its ads outlined.

(Studio: Brian Williams) Live interview held with "Wall Street Journal"'s John Harwood about the v.p. selection. [From Washington, HARWOOD - says the vice presidential choice matters because Kerry is looking to break through in the news; handicaps the three choices: Gephardt, Edwards & Vilsack.]

(Studio: Brian Williams) The Bush camp's plans to play up his ties with Senator John McCain noted.

Williams, Brian;
Quintanilla, Carl

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