NBC Evening News for Monday, Nov 03, 1980
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(Studio) Regional strengths of President Carter and Ronald Reagan illustrated on map; no. of electoral votes each candidate holds so far mentioned. Indiv. states incl. in report; Iran hostage situation mentioned.
REPORTER: John Chancellor
(NYC) Standing of Carter's campaign in New York examined; campaign efforts here today by Vice President Walter Mondale noted, shown. Various racial, sexual and ethnic groups important to Carter's reelec. discussed; John Anderson's strength in New York City mentioned.
REPORTER: Stephen Frazier
(Detroit, Michigan) Reagan's campaign efforts in Michigan examined; appearances on his behalf today by Republican convention keynote speaker Guy Vander Jagt noted, shown. Problems faced by Democratic party here outlined; importance of state to Carter said indicated by his unscheduled appearance here.
REPORTER: Steve Delaney
(Miami, Florida) Carter administration's loss of support in Florida cited; campaign efforts for President by Muhammad Ali mentioned, shown. President's standing with various ethnic groups compared to Reagan's; Carter's handling of Cuban refugee problem cited as example
REPORTER: Ike Seamans
(Dallas, Texas) Democrat and Republican efforts in Texas examined; campaign appearances by Chip Carter, Energy Secretary Charles Duncan, Jesse Jackson, Governor Bill Clements, George Bush outlined. Chip Carter's efforts among Hispanics noted; Reagan's apparent lead here mentioned.
REPORTER: John Dancy
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