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Campaign 1976 / Dole / Kentucky / Mondale / Voter Registration #489973

NBC Evening News for Monday, Sep 13, 1976
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(Studio) Both Vice President candidates campaign today. Republican nominee, Senator Robert Dole, speaks to Lexington, Kentucky, Chamber of Commerce.
REPORTER: David Brinkley

(Lexington, Kentucky) Dole surprises audience by scolding them for not working for candidates they support. [DOLE - says chamber usually endorses candidate then sits by and doesn't do anything. Notes work of George Meany and labor unions in support of candidates.] Kentucky is border state where Republicans behind, but business vote could make difference.
REPORTER: Robert Hager

(Studio) Dole visits university campus before going to next stop. Democratic Vice Presidential choice Senator Walter Mondale is on E. coast campaigning to get out the vote.
REPORTER: David Brinkley

(Alexandria, Virginia) 1 theme comes up most often in Mondale campaign. [MONDALE - says make sure people registered and they vote.] Mondale has become point man in Democrats campaign to register eligible voters. [MONDALE - talks to prospective voter.] Figs. on unregistered and registered voters noted. Difference in outcome could be because of Democratic effort to register voters.
REPORTER: Charles Quinn

Brinkley, David;
Hager, Robert;
Quinn, Charles

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