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1984 Vote / Budget Deficit, Final Campaigns, Voter Registration #294019

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Oct 25, 1984
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(Studio) Fiscal 1984 federal budget deficit reported record; details given. Final campaign push of President Reagan and Walter Mondale summarized.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Cleveland, Ohio) Mondale's current campaign strategy examined; films shown. [MONDALE - jokes about campaigning with baby; is confident of winning elec.; believes in government that cares.] Implications of his second trip to Ohio for Mondale's strength among traditional Democrat base explained; details illustrated on map. [MONDALE - calls for end to nation's selfishness.]
REPORTER: Susan Spencer

(Studio) Democrat and Republican voter registration claims outlined on screen, discussed. [Reagan-Bush campaign director Edward ROLLINS, Democratic national committee chairperson Charles MANATT - dismiss each other's voter registration claims.] California's electoral vote importance discussed.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

Rather, Dan;
Spencer, Susan

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