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You Decide 2004 / Bush vs. Kerry / Independence Day / African American Republicans #787737

FNC Evening News for Sunday, Jul 04, 2004
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(Studio: Laurie Dhue) Report introduced.

(Independence, Iowa: Carl Cameron) Senator John Kerry’s campaign on Independence Day featured; details given about the rumor mill surrounding his choice for vice president; scenes shown from his tour of the Midwest, including the “Field of Dreams” set.

(Studio: Laurie Dhue) Report introduced.

(Washington: Molly Henneberg) President Bush’s campaign featured; scenes shown from the battleground state of West Virginia. [BUSH – says the US is the world’s foremost champion of liberty; discusses the war on terrorism.] The cancellation of one of Bush’s campaign events due to engine problems on Air Force One noted.

(Studio: Laurie Dhue) Report introduced.

(Atlanta: Jonathan Serrie) The record number of African American Republican political candidates in Georgia featured. [Senate candidate Herman CAIN†, Georgia Republican Party executive director Scott RIALS†, Emory University professor Merle BLACK†, US House candidate Dylan GLENN†- discuss the increased number of black republicans.]

Reporter(s):
Dhue, Laurie;
Cameron, Carl;
Henneberg, Molly;
Serrie, Jonathan
Duration:
00:07:20

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