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Campaign `80 / Debates / Carter / Republican Ads #272453

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Aug 26, 1980
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(Studio) Pans. of Ronald Reacran and President Carter reported meeting with League of Women Voters.
REPORTER: Charles Kuralt

(DC) Apparent lack of results from meeting examined; films shown. [Robert STRAUSS, James BAKER - state positions of Carter and Reagan respectively.] Questions remaining unanswered, include participation of John Anderson, outlined. [ANDERSON - comments.] National Press Club reported inviting Carter and Reagan to debate; response by both cands. noted.
REPORTER: Jed Duvall

(Studio) Carter's apparent new campaign strategy outlined.
REPORTER: Charles Kuralt

(DC) Carter's campaign against Reagan discussed; strategy said based on surveys conducted by pollster Patrick Caddell. President's use of ceremony at White House today, declaring Women's Equality Day in celebration of women's suffrage, as campaign tool against Reagan said example of new strategy; details given, film shown. [CARTER - campaigns. with regard to ERA; mentions Franklin D. Roosevelt.] Protest at Republican national committee by women reported, shown.
REPORTER: Lesley Stahl

(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Charles Kuralt

(DC) Republican's new television commercials examined; ads shown. [Bill BROCharles Kuralt - comments on Democrats] [Representative James CORMAN - comments on use of TV commercials.] Fin. situation of Republicans and Democrats compared on screen; use of unemployed, worker James Welders in ads discussed.
REPORTER: Phil Jones

Kuralt, Charles;
Duvall, Jed;
Jones, Phil;
Kuralt, Charles;
Stahl, Lesley

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