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Campaign 1984 / Final Campaigns #294081

CBS Evening News for Monday, Oct 29, 1984
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(Studio) Final strategies of Reagan-Bush and Mondale-Ferraro campaigns. described.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Parkersburg, West Virginia) Today's campaign efforts of Reagan examined; films shown. [REAGAN - urges voter participation; endorses reelec. of Republican Congress; denies anticipating victory.] Final campaign push of President outlined.
REPORTER: Bill Plante

(Birmingham, Alabama) George Bush's campaign activities and focus of final leg examined. [BUSH - urges election of James T. Waggoner to Congress, cautions against cockiness.]
REPORTER: David Dow

(Seattle, WA) Mondale's final campaign drive featured; films shown. [MONDALE - promises to restore human rights to nation's foreign policy, to end covert war in Nicaragua; tells heckler to "shut up."] Turnouts for him in Washington and OR described, shown. [MONDALE - attacks Reagan-Bush campaign]
REPORTER: Susan Spencer

(Erie, Pennsylvania) Geraldine Ferraro's accusation that Reagan lied last week in his claim that Democrats are soft on anti-Semitism noted; films shown. [FERRARO - accuses President of insulting Jews, debasing himself, lying and calls for his apology.] Focus of Ferraro's last campaign appearances noted.
REPORTER: Phil Jones

Reporter(s):
Dow, David;
Jones, Phil;
Plante, Bill;
Rather, Dan;
Spencer, Susan
Duration:
00:04:30

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