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Campaign 1984 / Mondale and Vice President #298497

CBS Evening News for Friday, Jul 06, 1984
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(Studio) Walter Mondale reported completing his scheduled interviews of possible running mates with today's meeting with Kentucky Governor Martha Layne Collins; films shown. Gary Hart mentioned. Male-female delegate division at Democratic national conv. outlined on screen, discussed; role of minority delegates mentioned.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(San Francisco, California) Uniqueness surrounding Democratic national convention here, especially in security factor, examined; films shown. [Sec. director Jim McDONNELL - is worried; explains.] Convention floor plan shown, described. [KCBS radio news director Charlie SERAPHIM - criticizes arrangements for media in relationship to cost.] Poor quality seating arrangements shown, discussed. [Convention hall manager John O'LEARY - believes audience's mobility is saving grace.]
REPORTER: Barry Petersen

Reporter(s):
Petersen, Barry;
Rather, Dan
Duration:
00:03:10

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