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1984 Vote / Final Campaigns #87978

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Nov 04, 1984
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(Studio) Implications of ABC "News-Washington Post" poll for Ronald Reagan's possible showing against Walter Mondale in Tues's election outlined. Reagan-Bush appearance in Chicago, Illinois, mentioned, shown.
REPORTER: Sam Donaldson

(Saint Louis, Missouri) Reagan's last campaign surge featured; films shown. [REAGAN - explains campaigning in Minnesota; uses sports metaphors to discuss campaign] [Bob HOPE - praises Reagan; mocks Mondale's tax plan.]
REPORTER: Rita Flynn

(Texas) Mondale's final efforts examined; films shown. [MONDALE - quotes Bible; compares passage to Reagan administration; claims administration turns away from civil rights; promises economy recovery to Texas valley and to place Hispanic on his cabinet.] Comparison of his campaign with Don Quixote noted.
REPORTER: Betsy Aaron

(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Sam Donaldson

(DC) George Bush's last campaign push examined; films shown. [Courtesy "This Week", BUSH - defs. his campaign performance, loyalty to Reagan; dismisses Mondale's charge that he has character flaw; praises Ferraro's character.] His consideration of presidential bid in 1988 noted.
REPORTER: Carole Simpson

(Lansing, Michigan) Ferraro's campaign wrap-up featured; films shown. [FERRARO - responds to Bush's criticism of Mondale; opposes covert war in Nicaragua, Reagan presidency.] Ferraro's campaign attributes described, discussed.
REPORTER: Steve Shepard

Aaron, Betsy;
Donaldson, Sam;
Flynn, Rita;
Shepard, Steve;
Simpson, Carole

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