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John Glenn / Campaign 1984 #516778

NBC Evening News for Saturday, May 16, 1981
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(Studio) Senator John Glenn said already campaigning, possibly for President in 1984.
REPORTER: Chris Wallace

(DC) Glenn shown at Chicago dinner with Jane Byrne. [Apr. 12, 1981 GLENN - is keeping all options open.] 1976 race recalled. Glenn for President talk said begun in 1980, when Jimmy Carter lost big and Glenn won big in Ohio. [GLENN - in various situations "keeps options open."] Glenn's virtues noted. Astronaut days recalled; scenes shown. [GLENN - speaks of Richard J. Daley.]
REPORTER: Tom Pettit (WKYC-TV News/tape)

Wallace, Chris

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