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Bush Speaks at Springfield RallyAired August 6, 2000 - 7:07 p.m. ET
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BRIAN NELSON, CNN ANCHOR: And Victory 2000, that's the Bush- Cheney campaign train that's been rolling through Illinois today, and at this hour the Republican candidates are in Springfield, Illinois. In 1996, the Clinton-Gore ticket took Illinois, and so Governor Bush is hoping to change some minds there.
Let's listen in.
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GOV. GEORGE W. BUSH (R-TX), PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE: Speaking about marrying well, I did a pretty good job myself.
See, I think you can judge the nature of a man by the company he keeps. I always knew I was keeping good company, but last Monday night America got to see I was keeping good company. What a fabulous first lady she'll be.
NELSON: Governor George W. Bush on the latest stop on his whistle campaign tour through this time Illinois, and he's speaking in Springfield, Illinois.
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