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Campaign 2004 / Bush vs. Kerry / Democratic Convention / Edwards Interview #760831

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Jul 24, 2004
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(Studio: Don Dahler) "Time" magazine poll findings on the public's view of presidential candidates President Bush & Senator John Kerry cited.

(Sioux City, Iowa: Dan Harris) Kerry's campaign on the eve of the Democratic National Convention featured; details given of the questions about Kerry's convention "bounce." [KERRY - campaigns.] [Wife Teresa Heinz KERRY - jokes about reading.] [Bush-Cheney campaign strategist Matthew DOWD†, Kerry campaign manager Mary Beth CAHILL†, Pew Research Center director Andrew KOHUT†- offer views on the campaigns.]

(Studio: Don Dahler) Report introduced.

(Milwaukee: Cokie Roberts) Taped interview held with vice presidential candidate John Edwards. [EDWARDS - predicts a close election up till election day.] The questions of the voting records of Kerry & Edwards discussed.

(Studio: Don Dahler) Further coverage of the election on "This Week" noted.

(Washington: Jake Tapper) The role of independent candidate Ralph Nader in the 2004 campaign examined; details given of the role of Republicans in helping Nader While Democrats have been challenging Nader's efforts to get on the ballot in several states. [NADER - campaigns.] [Citizens for a Sound Economy president Matt KIBBE†, Florida Democratic Party Scott MADDOX†- comment on strategy.] [Yesterday, NADER - says Kerry & Edwards will be held personally responsible.]

Reporter(s):
Dahler, Don;
Harris, Dan;
Roberts, Cokie;
Tapper, Jake
Duration:
00:06:20

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