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Bush Stresses Family Values at Campaign Stop in OwensboroAired July 29, 2000 - 5:18 p.m. ET
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FRANK SESNO, CNN ANCHOR: Let me just jump in very quickly because we have at this very moment Governor George W. Bush, who's speaking live in Owensboro, Kentucky. We do want to give you an opportunity to listen in, so let's go there. We'll come back.
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GOV. GEORGE W. BUSH (R-TX), PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE: His job when he had a position of responsibility was to hold that responsibility dear. Daryl (ph) and his wife and his family have lived that sense that family is what keeps America strong. We understand. And I want to share with America that if you're a dad or a mom, in order to make sure this country's hope, its hopeful promise, extends its reach, love your children all the time. Tell them you love them dearly.
Well, we're working our way across the country, starting yesterday in the great state of Texas.
We're heading over to -- yes -- then we went to Arkansas, and we were at Missouri yesterday, and today we're in the great state of Kentucky.
We're headed towards the convention. We got a convention on starting Monday night. And guess who our kick off speaker is? The initial speaker, the one that gets to start the whole convention, is Laura Bush.
What's unusual about this, moment, though -- let me share a brief story with you...
SESNO: Governor George W. Bush in Owensboro, Kentucky, to get a little flavor there as the governor's making his way across the country to the convention here, which formally gavels to order on Monday.
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