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The '80 Vote / Auto Industry #831822

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Oct 01, 1980
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(Studio: Max Robinson) Report introduced.

(Flint, Michigan: Sam Donaldson) President Carter's campaign in auto country featured; scenes shown of Carter visiting a Ford plant in Michigan, at a town meeting in Flint & of the crowd singing "Happy Birthday" to the president. [CARTER - praises the American car.] [In Flint, CARTER - speaks against opponents George Bush & Ronald Reagan & about the SALT Treaty.]

(Studio: Max Robinson) Further coverage of the troubled auto industry later previewed.

(Studio: Max Robinson) Reagan's campaigning for the blue collar vote in the East reported; scenes shown of Reagan wearing a hard hat in New York City; details given of the his criticism of Carter administration policies.

Robinson, Max;
Donaldson, Sam

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