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Reagan / 1986 Campaigns #306928

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Oct 18, 1986
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Report introduced.

(DC: Terence Smith) President Reagan's campaign efforts for Republican cands. this year examined; details given, scenes shown. [In weekly radio address, voice of REAGAN - urges voter turnout.] Importance of continued Republican control of Senator to President's final 2 years noted. [REAGAN - doesn't want to be 6-yr. President] [Pol. analyst Norman ORNSTEIN - lists issues pushed by Democratic Senator] [REAGAN - comments on hostile Congress] Scenario for Democrat- controlled Senator outlined; expected roles of Senators Edward Kennedy, Joseph Biden cited as exs. [Senator George MITCHELL - doesn't believe Reagan's personal popularity will transfer to Republican cands.]

Schieffer, Bob;
Smith, Terence

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