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Campaign `80 / Dole Probability / Brown #262440

CBS Evening News for Friday, Feb 09, 1979
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(Studio) Elizabeth Hanford Dole's announcement of plans to resign post on FTC March 9 noted; action said to probably indicate Senator Robert Dole's plans to announce 1980 presidential candidate soon thereafter. Comments of Senator Adlai Stevenson with regard to President Carter and own potential plans to run in 1980 president elec. reported California Governor Jerry Brown's interest in running stated.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(Coronado, California) Brown's activities and image-making during "non-campaign" examined. [BROWN - talks to radio talk-show telephone caller.] Brown's call for constitutional amendment to balance federal budget, in 2nd-term inaugural address, noted; film shown. [BROWN - comments on need to balance budget.] View of some that Brown tries to appear more conservative than President Carter; reaction of his Democrat liberal allies in California described. [State assemblyman Art AGNOS - comments.] [State assemblyman Willie BROWN - comments.] Brown's switching of positions on Prop. 13 mentioned. [BROWN - comments on state of economy and says it indicates problems in DC.]
REPORTER: Bernard Goldberg (KPIX newstape)

Goldberg, Bernard;
Mudd, Roger

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