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(Studio) President Carter's victory over Gerald Ford in 1976 said largely result of Hispanic vote.
REPORTER: Bob Schieffer
(DC) [CARTER - campaigns. for Hispanic vote.] Size of Hispanic population in New York, California and Texas, which have 41% of electoral votes, noted. [Carter/Mondale committee Rick HERNANDEZ - explains his campaign against Reagan's record on Hispanic issues as governor of California.] Spanish language Carter television commercial featuring Rosalynn Carter shown. Senator Ted Kennedy and VP Mondale said expected to campaign on behalf of President in Hispanic areas.
REPORTER: Rita Flynn
(Los Angeles, California) Reagan's campaign for Hispanic votes outlined. [REAGAN - agrees with Texas governor Bill Clements position with regard to illegal alien workers.] [Texas State Senator Alex GARCIA - says Democratic Party has taken Hispanics for granted.] Assessment of Reagan campaign in California, New York and Texas given.
REPORTER: Bill Plante
- Flynn, Rita;
- Plante, Bill;
- Schieffer, Bob
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