NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Sep 30, 1980
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(Studio) Ronald Reagan's campaign efforts among United States farmers today noted.
REPORTER: John Chancellor
(Des Moines, Iowa) [REAGAN - cmgpns.] Usu. political stance of Midwest farmers, results of recent newspaper survey with regard to farmers and Reagan noted; his remarks on President Carter's agriculture policy outlined. [REAGAN - campaigns.] Reagan's farm program outlined on screen. [REAGAN - campaigns.] His later campaign swing in industrial north considered.
REPORTER: Chris Wallace
(Studio) John Anderson reported calling for end to government price supports on tobacco during campaign appearance in Chapel Hill, North Carolina; Vice President Walter Mondale quoted with regard to Anderson's campaign [MONDALE - comments.] Anderson's response quoted. Importance of New York to both Reagan and President Carter noted.
REPORTER: John Chancellor
(NYC) Necessity of Carter winning New York noted; New York campaigns. of Carter and Reagan compared. Carter supporters noted include representatives of special interest groups and politicians Mayor Edward Koch, Governor Hugh Carey, Representative Elizabeth Holtzman, Jacob Javits; Carter campaign's concern over Liberal party endorsement of Javits and Anderson discussed. New York Jewish community's perception of Carter and Reagan with regard to Israel outlined. [Brooklyn district attorney Eugene GOLD - comments on probable Jewish vote for Carter.] [CARTER - campaigns. with regard to Israel.] [REAGAN - campaigns.] [CARTER - says he loves New York.] Reagan and Carter positions on aid to New York City outlined.
REPORTER: Tom Pettit
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