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The Presidential Candidates Third Debate #890467

CNN Special for Monday, Oct 19, 1992

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  • Live CNN coverage and analysis of the third of three presidential candidates debates among George Bush, Bill Clinton, and H. Ross Perot, moderated by Jim Lehrer.
  • CNN pre-debate analysis includes the participation of political analyst William Schneider, realtime decision researcher David Hughes, Elaine Povich of the "Chicago Tribune", "Oakland Tribune" Editor Bob Maynard, Professor Larry Sabato, a taped segment with Charles Bierbauer (CNN), Bush, Perot, Clinton, Clinton Press Secretary Avis Lavelle, and unidentified others, and taped excerpts of the second Bush-Clinton-Perot debate.
  • CNN postdebate analysis includes the participation of Schneider.
  • See also ABC, CBS, NBC and PBS coverage.

  • Reporter(s):
    Shaw, Bernard;
    Crier, Catherine;
    Bierbauer, Charles;
    Bode, Ken;
    Begleiter, Ralph

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