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Campaign `80 / Maine #269236

CBS Evening News for Friday, Feb 08, 1980
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(Studio) Sunday's Democrat caucus in Maine noted.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(Augusta, ME) Background on Maine and presidential cand.'s campaigns. in anticipation of caucuses examined; films shown. [Jerry BROWN - campaigns.] Brown and Kennedy noted coming in person while President Carter's use of surrogates, such as Vice President Walter Mondale, Rosalynn Carter and taxpayer's money detailed. [Democratic national committee spokesperson Severin BELIVEAU - comments on government's treatment of state recently.] Amt. of government aid to state for January 1979 and this year compared on screen. Org. problems faced by all cands. considered. [Carter organizer Jim FREE - address workers.] [Kennedy campaign spokesperson Rosemary CRIBBEN - announces cand.'s appearances.] Results of Bangor poll mentioned. [Carter coordinator Terry GALLAGHER - comments.] [Kennedy campaign manager for ME, Peter MEADE - comments.] No. of ME delegates to national convention noted; George Bush mentioned.
REPORTER: Bruce Morton

Morton, Bruce;
Mudd, Roger

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