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(Studio) Geraldine Ferraro said deciding on whether to challenge Senator Alfonse D'Amato after meeting with Governor Mario Cuomo.
REPORTER: Bob Schieffer
(NYC) [July 19, 1984, FERRARO - accepts 1984 Vice President nomination.] Factors affecting Ferraro's decision examined; scenes shown. [FERRARO - wants to win.] Her post-elec. activities, include television commercial, reviewed. D'Amato's strengths, include public support for his championing of subway killer Bernhard Goetz, terrorist victim Leon Klinghoffer and Israel, noted. [Mayor Edward KOCH - praises D'Amato.] Ferraro's standing in CBS "News-New York Times" poll outlined on screen, discussed. [Pol. consultant Bob SQUIER - explains necessary approach to defeating D'Amato and Ferraro's pol. weakness in that area.] [D'AMATO - won't indulge in mud-slinging over John Zaccaro's financial controversy.] [Dist. attorney Elizabeth HOLTZMAN - feels D'Amato stops at nothing to win.] [FERRARO - notes family's role in her decision.]
REPORTER: Bob Faw
- Faw, Bob;
- Schieffer, Bob
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