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Campaign `80 / Republican Convention #511443

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Jul 13, 1980
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(Studio) Arrival here Monday of Ronald Reagan for opening of Republican national conv. noted.
REPORTER: Jane Pauley

(Detroit, Michigan) George Bush said leading contender for Reagan's running mate. [BUSH - comments.] Senator Richard Lugar said campaigning. for position; Paul Laxalt noted promoting Gerald Ford. [From "Face the Nation", courtesy CBS, LAXALT - says Reagan-Ford would be dream ticket.] [Courtesy ABC, FORD - rejects idea.] [On "Meet the Press", Reagan chief of staff, Edward MEESE - comments.] Remaining cands. noted include Jack Kemp, Howard Baker and Don Rumsfeld.; Detroit's activities with regard to convention today outlined, shown.
REPORTER: Emery King

(Studio) Gerald Ford's belief that candidacy of John Anderson will mean next pres. will be chosen by House reported; details given. Republican rules committee said spending day attacking national chairperson
REPORTER: Jane Pauley

(Detroit, Michigan) Efforts by Reagan supporters on rules committee to eliminate chairperson William Brock examined. [Committee MBRS. - debate amendment calling for establishment of "super policy" committee ] Reagan's order to kill proposed amendment noted; rules committee said dealing with president primaries tomorrow. Details given.
REPORTER: Robert Hager

Hager, Robert;
King, Emery;
Pauley, Jane

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