NBC Evening News for Monday, Oct 27, 1980
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(Studio) Regional standings of Jimmy Carter and Ronald Reagan discussed; maps shown. Individual states incld. in report
REPORTER: Jessica Savitch
(Chicago, Illinois) Chicago campaign efforts of Reagan examined; films shown. [PEOPLE - comment on Reagan and Carter.] Gerald Ford's showing in polls here last election recalled; John Anderson's impact on Reagan campaign in Illinois noted. [Governor James THOMPSON - comments.] Local political contest between Mayor Jane Byrne and Richard Daley, Junior noted. [DALEY - comments.] Carter's strategy with regard to Byrne mentioned; amount of Illinois campaigning. of both Reagan and Carter cited.
REPORTER: Ken Bode
(Studio) Tomorrow's debate in Cleveland, Ohio, noted.
REPORTER: John Chancellor
(Cleveland, Ohio) Cleveland's response to Carter-Reagan debate compared to yesterday's football game between Steelers and Browns; public relations boost to city by hosting debate outlined. General atmosphere in anticipation of League of Women Voters' debate discussed. [ PEOPLE - comment.]
REPORTER: Tom Pettit
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