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Campaign 1984 / Mondale and Vice President #298006

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Jul 11, 1984
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(Studio) Walter Mondale said claiming Jesse Jackson is not possibility as his running mate; Geraldine Ferraro's political attributes listed.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(North Oaks, Minnesota) Possible implications of Ferraro's surprise meeting last night with Mondale's search team director John Reilly considered. [REILLY - will meet with Ferraro, not Mayor Dianne Feinstein.] Similar meeting with Feinstein last wk. recalled. [FEINSTEIN - declines comment.] Mayor Henry Cisneros' possible status considered, compared with that of Mayor Tom Bradley. Governor Michael Dukakis mentioned most likely alternative to minority or woman. [Gary HART - will accept Vice President position if offered.] Senator Dale Bumpers recalled withdrawing from contest yesterday; Senator Lloyd Bentsen mentioned no longer include either. Mondale's explanation for not considering Jackson as running mate outlined.
REPORTER: Susan Spencer

Rather, Dan;
Spencer, Susan

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