ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 06, 1984
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(Studio) Justice Department's civil rights division reported sending observers to polling places in 4 south states, primarily in Mississippi, to assure election is conducted fairly; films shown. AFL-CIO's early endorsement of Mondale recalled.
REPORTER: Peter Jennings
(Chicago, Illinois) Role of organized labor in election discussed. [AFSCME spokesperson Nancy SHEIR - doesn't believe labor can be made scapegoat for today's outcome.] Labor's role in Mondale's nomination and campaign reviewed. [PEOPLE - feel people will vote independently; express different opinions of Reagan.] Outcome of network poll last week mentioned.
REPORTER: Jerry King
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