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Campaign `80 / Pennsylvania #270045

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Apr 20, 1980
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(Studio) Both George Bush and Ronald Reagan said campaigning. for Pennsylvania Republican primary. Endorsement of Reagan by Senator Howard Baker announced.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) Presence of Reagan in Ohio for endorsement by Governor James Rhodes reported [RHODES - endorses Reagan.] Reagan's popularity in Southern and Western states noted. Reagan campaign strategy of gaining Pennsylvania delegates with- out trying to win primary contest detailed. Reagan's campaign manager Senator Paul Laxalt quoted with regard to a Reagan victory in Pennsylvania guaranteeing the pres. nomination.
REPORTER: Bill Plante

(No location given) [George BUSH - campaigns. in Pennsylvania.] Bush's campaign strategy in Pennsylvania detailed. Meet the candidate programs, media saturation, wife Barbara's role, and expenditures listed. [BUSH - says Pennsylvania is a race between himself and Reagan.] Bush said not expected by experts to win delegate race in Pennsylvania. [Bush state chairperson Representative William GOODLING - says Reagan does not have delegate selection locked up.] Bush said trailing in polls.
REPORTER: Richard Roth (WPVI-TV newstape)

Dean, Morton;
Plante, Bill

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