With Clinton And Gore - With Dole And Kemp

The day after the vice presidential debate, both President Clinton and his Republican opponent Bob Dole met up with their running mates on the campaign trail. Both claimed victory for their partners, but from there their appeals to voters diverged. Dole stepped up his attack on Clinton, while the Democrat scarcely mentioned the election at all. NPR's Elizabeth Arnold in Ohio with the Dole campaign and Brian Naylor in Tennessee with the Clinton campaign.

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