A selection of 1992 presidential campaign commercials included new commercials released by the Clinton and Bush campaigns on the eve of the election.
The television commercials for the presidential campaign of Ross Perot were produced by The 270 Group.
The television commercials for the presidential campaign of Gov. Bill Clinton were produced by Greer, Margolis, Mitchell, Grunwald and Associates.
The campaign commercials for the Bush presidential campaign were produced by the November Company.
A selection of 1992 presidential campaign commercials included a Clinton advertisement listing a number of economists who back his economic plan.
A selection of 1992 presidential campaign advertisements included a Bush ad with scenes of a desolate, ravaged landscape and narration on Clinton's record in Arkansas.
The guests discussed the coverage of the 1992 presidential and other campaigns. They pointed out changes they have seen in both television and print media coverage compared with 1988, and showed clips of current campaign commercials.
Independent presidential candidate Ross Perot spoke to supporters in a thirty minute political advertisement to air October 28 at 11:30 P.M. E.S.T. on the CBS network. The show, entitled, "Rally," featured excerpts from Perot campaign appearances and remarks from Perot supporters claiming Perot is a viable candidate. The show's title screen read, "Ross: You Bet Your Hat He ...Can Win." Show SummaryShow Full Text