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Primaries / Alabama / California #10934

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Jun 03, 1970
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(Studio) George Wallace wins Alabama governor primary.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(Montgomery, Alabama) Black vote not enough for Albert Brewer victory. [BREWER - says race issue; denounces Wallace's smear campaign.] [WALLACE - denies Brewer charges.] Wallace power increased for 1972 Presidential race.
REPORTER: Don Farmer

(Studio) California primary results expected.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(California) Conservatives sweep elections; New Mexico governor defeated by arch-conservative; Senator George Murphy won Republican nomination [MURPHY - says opponent spent much money.] John Tunney won Congress nomination [TUNNEY - says was long count.] Jesse Unruh won Democratic governor nomination; now Unruh versus Ronald Reagan, Tunney versus Murphy, two John Birchers elected, one from Nixon's old district.
REPORTER: Bill Lawrence

Farmer, Don;
Lawrence, Bill;
Reynolds, Frank

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