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Campaign 82 / New York Gubernatorial Race #280488

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Oct 17, 1982
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(NYC) New York gubernatorial race between Lew Lehrman and Mario Cuomo featured. [LEHRMAN - praises self.] [CUOMO - considers himself suitable for job.] Cuomo's recent primary victory over New York City Mayor Ed Koch recalled; amount spent by Lehrman on campaign considered. [CUOMO - notes impact of Lehrman's spending.] [LEHRMAN - defs. spending.] Lehrman noted once econ. policy adviser to Reagan. [LEHRMAN, CUOMO - debate Reaganomics.] [White House chief of staff James BAKER - campaigns. for Lehrman.] [NYC municipal union executive director Victor GOTBAUM - lists his concerns about Lehrman.] [Allied Stores Corporation president Thomas MACIOCE - supports Lehrman.] [LEHRMAN - calls for more police rights.] [CUOMO, LEHRMAN - debates death penalty.]
REPORTER: Chris Kelley

Dean, Morton;
Kelley, Chris

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