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Campaign 04 / Democratic Convention #760724

CBS Evening News for Monday, Jul 26, 2004
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(Boston: Dan Rather) Coverage of the Democratic National Convention in Boston introduced.

(Norfolk, Virginia: Byron Pitts) Senator John Kerry’s campaign leading up to his acceptance of the presidential nomination featured; what is known about his nomination speech outlined; scenes shown of Kerry at a baseball game at Boston’s Fenway Park; details given of the distraction caused by Kerry’s wife chewing out a reporter. [In Cape Canaveral, Florida, KERRY – comments on the opening of the convention; defends his wife.] [Wife Teresa HEINZ KERRY††- tells a reporter to “shove it.”]

(Boston: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Convention floor: John Roberts) The Democrats’ aim to keep their message positive featured; details given of the unification of the Democratic Party to take back the White House.

(Boston: Dan Rather) CBS coverage of the convention noted.

Reporter(s):
Rather, Dan;
Pitts, Byron;
Roberts, John
Duration:
00:04:10

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