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Campaign 1976 / Dole / Mondale #486071

NBC Evening News for Monday, Nov 01, 1976
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(Studio) NBC poll results with regard to Vice President choice noted. Dole in farm belt today; Mondale all over.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Council Bluffs, Iowa) Report on Dole's day. [DOLE - says he feels good re: campaign; notes gain in polls.] Dole winds down campaign; voice strained due to cold he's had. [DOLE - comments on voice.] Dole more optimistic now than early in campaign. [DOLE - jokes with regard to pineapple juice and peanut butter.] Dole votes in Russell, Kansas, Tuesday, then goes to Washington, DC to watch returns with Ford.
REPORTER: Robert Hager

(Gary, IN) Mondale campaigns in Grand Central Station in NYC, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, meeting with Mayor Rizzo, and in Buffalo, New York. In Buffalo, there's telephone call from Senator Hubert Humphrey. [HUMPHREY - says Mondale will be next Vice President] Then goes to Gary, IN; message same at each place - get out the vote.
REPORTER: Charles Quinn

Chancellor, John;
Hager, Robert;
Quinn, Charles

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