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The Vice Presidential Candidates Debate #890029

CNN Special for Tuesday, Oct 13, 1992

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  • Live CNN coverage and analysis of the vice presidential candidates debate among Dan Quayle, Al Gore, and James Stockdale, moderated by Hal Bruno (ABC).
  • CNN pre-debate analysis includes the participation of political analyst William Schneider, Ron Dzwonkowski of the "Detroit Free Press", Cynthia Tucker of the "Atlanta Constitution", and Robert Scheer of the "Los Angeles Times", interviews with Ed Fouhy of the Commission on Presidential Debates and unidentified Des Plaines (Illinois) residents, taped profiles of Quayle, Gore, and Stockdale, and taped segments with Dan Blackburn (CNN), Bonnie Anderson (CNN), Gore, Quayle, and others.
  • CNN postdebate analysis includes the participation of Tucker, Scheer, Dzwonkowski, and Schneider, interviews with unidentified Des Plaines (Illinois) residents, excerpts of the debate, and "Larry King Live" with Quayle Chief of Staff William Kristol, Gore Chief of Staff Roy Neel, Perot campaign counsel Clay Mulford, and unidentified telephone callers.
  • See also ABC, CBS, NBC, and PBS coverage.

  • Reporter(s):
    Shaw, Bernard;
    Blackburn, Dan;
    Bode, Ken;
    King, Larry
    Duration:
    03:28:00

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