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Campaign `78 / Republican Party / Black Vote #51560

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 01, 1978
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(Studio) Report with regard to Senator Strom Thurmond courting of black vote recalled.
REPORTER: Max Robinson

(DC) [Representative Robert LIVINGSTON - intros. himself to black child.] [Ronald REAGAN - says Republicans should enter black communities because minorities have same dreams as all Americans] President Carter 92% black vote in 1976 president election noted. [Republican chairperson Bill BROCK - says election outcome could have been changed with 15-20% change in minority vote.] Black dissatisfaction with Carter president performance noted. [Republican consultant John McNEIL - advises Republican candidate.] [Republican consultant Bob WRIGHT - explains why blacks and Republicans need each other.] Film of Al Cardenas campaigning in Florida race against Representative Claude Pepper shown.
REPORTER: George Strait

Robinson, Max;
Strait, George

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