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Campaign `80 / Demo. Cow. / Urban League Cow. #512312

NBC Evening News for Monday, Aug 04, 1980
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(Studio) Conflict between President Carter and Senator Edward Kennedy over Democrat conv. noted continuing; details given. Democrat govs. attending conference in Denver said not only staying out of dispute but also not endorsing Carter.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Denver, Colorado) Lobbying efforts by Carter campaign manager Robert Strauss among Democrat govs. noted. [STRAUSS - comments on Kennedy.] Concern by many govs. about President's chances in November cited. [Governor Bill CLINTON - comments on Ronald Reagan.] Significance of group's lack of endorsement of Carter outlined. [Governor Robert GRAHAM - comments.] Kennedy said neither gaining nor losing anything here; questions posed for Carter considered.
REPORTER: Roger O'Neil

(Studio) Carter, Kennedy, Reagan, John Anderson reported all using National Urban League convention this week as forum for their campaigns.; Kennedy noted agreeing to release his delegates.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(NYC) [KENNEDY - comments on delegates.] His remarks to league conf. outlined. [KENNEDY - campaigns.] Anderson's request for league's support reported [ANDERSON - says Carter is the most beatable Democrat cand.]

Chancellor, John;
Kur, Bob;
O'Neil, Roger

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