Gore 4, Bush 2

October 2000
Broadcasting & Cable;10/30/2000, Vol. 130 Issue 45, p64
Reports the endorsement of the candidacy of presidential nominee Al Gore by television programming executives in the United States. Views of Gail Berman on the leadership of the Democratic Party; Support of Jordan Levin, co-president of Warner Brothers, for the Republicans; Concern of Garth Ancier of the National Broadcasting Co. over issues involving Democrats.


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