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1984 Vote / Polls, Final Campaigns, Senate Races #87484

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Oct 28, 1984
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(Studio) Polls taken by "Newsweek, New York Times" and "USA Today" noted indicating President Reagan's continued lead over Walter Mondale; reactions of chief of staff James Baker and Mondale campaign manager James Johnson reported.
REPORTER: Sam Donaldson

(San Francisco, California) Mondale's final campaign efforts and attitude to being underdog examined; films shown. [MONDALE - dismisses poll results; calls for sense of community.] His efforts in California and elsewhere considered.

(Studio) Mondale's reaction to learning he had forgotten to adjust clock for standard time reported.
REPORTER: Sam Donaldson

(DC) Democrat chances in various Senator races hinging on money, television and political coattails; Texas race between Phil Gramm and Lloyd Doggett; North Carolina contest with Jesse Helms and James Hunt; Charles Percy's Illinois efforts against Paul Simon; Iowa race between Roger Jepsen and Tom Harkin discussed. Supportive efforts of President Reagan and Mondale-Ferraro ticket mentioned.
REPORTER: Ann Compton

Compton, Ann;
Donaldson, Sam;
Hume, Brit

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