ABC Evening News for Friday, Sep 12, 1980
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(Studio) Today's activities of Ronald Reagan, President Carter, John Anderson reported
REPORTER: Max Robinson
(San Francisco, California) Anderson campaign's success discussed; films shown. His financial problems, reliance on platform noted. [ANDERSON - campaigns. re: Reagan, Carter, tax cut.] Possible perspective in which Anderson will be seen, in event of 3-way debate, mentioned.
REPORTER: Ann Compton
(DC) Carter's campaign activities today outlined; films shown. [CARTER - campaigns.] President noted conferring Congress Medal of Honor on Anthony J. Casamento for action in Pacific 38 years ago; details given, film shown. [Representative Mario BIAGGI - reads letter from Italian Representatives to Reagan.] Both Carter and Reagan said addressing Italian American dinner group.
REPORTER: Sam Donaldson
(Studio) Survey of Democrat state chairperson with regard to Reagan, Carter outlined on screen; details given.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds
(DC) [Wednesday, REAGAN - comments on Carter's energy policy.] [Thur., Energy Secretary Charles DUNCAN - comments on Reagan.] [Bill BROCK - comments.] Carter campaign's apparent strategy with regard to Reagan considered; its use of cabinet members such as Trans. Secretary Neil Goldschmidt outlined. [Health and Human Services Secretary Patricia HARRIS - comments on Ku Klux Klan and Republican platform.] Goldschmidt's reply to Reagan's comment on auto workers, Labor Secretary Ray Marshall's reply to Reagan's OSHA remarks quoted on screen. [BROCK - comments on Carter strategy being paid for by taxpayers.] New guidelines issued this week by Federal Election Commission discussed.
REPORTER: Charles Gibson
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