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Vice Presidential Debate #875306

ABC Special for Thursday, Oct 11, 1984

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Live ABC coverage of the Vice-Presidential Debate between George Bush and Geraldine Ferraro.

  • Coverage and analysis include the participation of anchors Peter Jennings and David Brinkley, correspondent Sam Donaldson, George Will, correspondent Carole Simpson, correspondent Brit Hume, and correspondent Lynn Sherr.
  • The debate takes place at the Philadelphia Civic Center, and is moderated by ABC News correspondent Sander Vanocur. Panelists include Jack White, correspondent for Time Magazine, Norma Quarles, correspondent with NBC News, Robert Boyd, Washington Bureau Chief at Knight-Ridder Newspapers, and John Mashek, of US News & World Report.
  • Includes an introduction from Dorothy Ridings, President of the League of Women Voters, as well as interviews with Maureen Reagan and Gloria Steinem.
  • Reporter(s):
    Donaldson, Sam;
    Hume, Brit;
    Simpson, Carole;
    Sherr, Lynn
    Duration:
    02:00:00

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