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Dole / Mondale / Campaign #45542

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Sep 30, 1976
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(Studio) Both Vice President candidates campaign in imp. Pennsylvania.
REPORTER: Howard K. Smith

(Pennsylvania) Melrose Diner in Philadelphia is popular campaign spot. Carter whistlestop tour recalled. [ANNOUNCER - introduces Mondale.] Big labor is big factor, so Mondale visits longshoremen at docks. Pennsylvania vote record noted. Mondale visits Oil City, Pennsylvania. Mondale equivocates on tax cut. [MONDALE - modifies earlier statement with regard to taxes.] Young people whoop it up for Mondale. Pennsylvania is big prize.
REPORTER: Don Farmer

(Pennsylvania) Robert Dole campaigns in Pennsylvania, usually favorable to liberal Republicans Dole hits Carter personality. Speaks at Williamsport, Pennsylvania. [DOLE - speaks of labor vote. Dole visits Johnstown, hoping to change voting patterns of labor. Rain and Johnstown flood noted.
REPORTER: Herbert Kaplow

Farmer, Don;
Kaplow, Herbert;
Smith, Howard K.

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