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The Michigan Daily-Friday, May 16, 1980-Page 13

' Carter won't bite,
rebuffs offer to hold
debate with Kennedy

By the Associated Press
While a confident Ronald Reagan
pondered his choice of a vice presiden-
tial running mate, President Carter
rebuffed through his aides yesterday a
proposal deal by Sen. Edward Kennedy
that.was intended to lure Carter into a
debate.
Kennedy's offer: he would withdraw
from the Democratic presidential race
if Carter debated him and then won the
total popular vote cast in the eight-
state, primary season finale on June 3.
If Carter lost, Kennedy would continue
his campaign in the expectation of win-
ning the nomination.
"THIS THING'S all over," said White
Daily.
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House spokesman Ray Jenkins. "Why
should we debate him, for heaven's
sake?"
Standing firm on Carter's refusal to
debate Kennedy, deputy White House
press secretary Rex Granum respon-
ded that "our position regarding the
conduct of the campaign-is well known
and remains unchanged."
Granum said Carter is the "clear and
unmistakable" choice of the vast
majority of primary voters so far, and
"we remain confident that after June 3
the president will have secured the
Democratic nomination by a wide
margin."
INFORMED OF Granum's
statement, Kennedy said, "I would
think that the people of California and
the other states would be extremely
disappointed." The Massachusetts
senator said his offer stands.
The latest Associated Press count
gives Carter 1,365 delegate votes at the
Democratic National Convention, with
1,666 required for nomination. Ken-
nedy's total was 770.
The presient could easily clinch
renomination June 3, when 696
delegates are up for grabs in California,
New Jersey, Ohio, Montana, New
Mexico, Rhode Island, South Dakota,
and West-Virginia. That is more than
one-fifth the total delegates who will
attend the convention in New York this
August,
SAID KENNEDY, in a speech at the
Los Angeles Press Club: "If there is
such a debate with Carter, then I will
regard the June 3 primaries as a
referendum-and I will abide by the
results that day. If Mr. Carter wins the
most votes on June 3 after a debate, I
will withdraw. If I prevail, I will con-
tinue in this race and I expect to win the
nomination."
A Carter refusal, Kennedy said, will
make a debate inevitable on the con-
vention floor because "the delegates to
any Democratic convention would
require their nominee stand for
something greater than a belief in his
own victory."
Reagan's sole Republican rival,
George Bush, campaigned for Oregon's
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