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Clinton / Black and Conservative Votes #869174

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Sep 09, 1992
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(Studio: David French) Bill Clinton focuses on welfare reform; Clinton also made an overture to black voters.

(Jonesboro, Georgia: Deborah Potter) National Baptist Convention speech; Jesse Jackson not been embraced by party; Black voters feel ignored by Republicans and taken for granted by Democrats; Concern of Clinton targeting conservative voters with welfare reform; Trying to play a balancing game without alienating either side. [Excerpt of Bill CLINTON; Interviews with Unnamed VOTERS; Interviews with Ron WALTERS, Political Analyst; Jesse JACKSON.]

(Studio: David French) Al Gore says Clinton's record in Arkansas shows he can straighten out the country's economic woes.

Reporter(s):
Potter, Deborah
Duration:
00:03:10

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