Democratic Primary Debate"
Thursday Jan. 5, 2000 in the Johnson Theatre at the University of New Hampshire in Durham, NH. 7:00-8:00 p.m. (EST).
"Both Democrats Endorse Gays In the Military" (New York Times)
"Debating Dems trade jabs in verbal sparring match" (USA Today)
"Democrats Spar Over Guns, Health, Ability" (Washington Post)
promises pro-gay litmus test for military's Joint Chiefs of Staff"
New York Times--Small front page article by the Times' Richard L. Berke headlined "Both Democrats Endorse Gays in the Military." Article continues on page A16, which is a full page of campaign coverage. The debate article continuation, on the top right of the page, is directly under a Keith Meyers/The New York Times photo of Bradley and Gore shaking hands before the debate (w 6 5/16" x h 4 14/16") and is headlined "Gore and Bradley Endorse Gays In Military." On the top third of page A17 are excerpts from the debate.
USA Today--No front page mention. Three-column article on page 7A "Debating Dems trade jabs in verbal sparring match" by USA Today's Richard Benedetto and Laurence McQuillan, accompanied by a Brian Snyder, Reuters medium shot of Bradley and Gore before the debate (w 4 1/16" x h 3 11/16"). A box has a short exchange in which Bradley agrees with Gore's assessment that he, Bradley, is "a generally good person."
page, on the fold article by the Post's Dan Balz and John F. Harris
headlined "Democrats Spar Over Guns, Health, Ability" with the subhead
"Kennedy Backs Gore After Clinton Pitch." Article continues on page
A4. On the top left of page A4, are side by
side Luke Frazza--Associated Press medium shots of
page, below the fold article by the Times' Dave Boyer headlined
"Gore promises pro-gay litmus test for military's Joint Chiefs of Staff."
The article has a small "Campaign 2000" logo and is accompanied by a non-debate
photo of Gore and Sen. Edward Kennedy. The article continues on page
A7 where it is accompanied by an AP photo of Bradley
and Gore shaking hands after the debate (w 6 5/16" x h 4 1/2").