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The 82 Vote / Texas #75067

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Oct 24, 1982
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Sam Donaldson

(Texas) Econ.'s impact on Texas gubernatorial race between Governor Bill Clements and Mark White. [CLEMENTS - calls for reporter re-phrasing question.] [WHITE - criticizes Clements' mudslinging.] [CLEMENTS - challenges White on mudslinging issue.] Amt. spent by Clements and issues of campaign outlined. [WHITE - notes state's unemployment since Clements took office] [CLEMENTS - praises state's economy] Clements commercial featuring John F. Kennedy, Lyndon Johnson and Reagan shown. [CLEMENTS - questions Walter Mondale and Edward Kennedy's campaign efforts in Texas.] Importance of Texas in president pols. noted.
REPORTER: Charles Murphy

Donaldson, Sam;
Murphy, Charles

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