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Primaries / Alabama / California #10550

ABC Evening News for Thursday, May 28, 1970
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(Studio) Alabama primary next week
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(Alabama) Former Governor George Wallace and incumbent Governor Albert Brewer campaign hard; [BREWER - cites governor campaign history.] [WALLACE - says he'll overcome black vote against him.] Polls show Brewer ahead and Wallace gaining; Nixon concerned.
REPORTER: Bill Lawrence

(Studio) California's Republican Senate race important
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(Los Angeles, California) Former movie star George Murphy has conservative solutions for American problems; fights charges of accepting money while in Senate; Norton Simon capitalist multi-millionaire; spending $1 million on campaign. [SIMON - uses own money in race.] Murphy leads 4 to 1.
REPORTER: Dick Shoemaker

Lawrence, Bill;
Reynolds, Frank;
Shoemaker, Dick

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