Presidential Campaign Landscape

It has been a day of landmarks in the White House campaign for 2000. Former Vice President Dan Quayle ended his quest for reaffirmation by saying he could not raise the money to compete. Meanwhile, Arizona Senator John McCain was making his own presidential bid official and making political finance reform the keystone for his campaign. NPR's Elizabeth Arnold joins Linda Wertheimer to discuss the changing campaign landscape.



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