ABC Evening News for Monday, Nov 06, 1972
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(Studio) [5:01:00 video failure.] Senator George McGovern campaigns in New York, Pennsylvania, and California on final day of campaign, facing predictions of defeat. [5:01:20 video resumes.] president Nixon remains at California White House, taping election eve TV broadcast.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner
(NYC) McGovern walks on 5th Avenue (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) McGovern passes Agnew at airport. [McGOVERN - at downtown rally, hopes for day when air of American can he free of pollution and of doubt, fear, and hate. Says Democrats will prevail.] After California stop, McGovern will return home to South Dakota.
REPORTER: Herbert Kaplow
(Aloft) Democratic Vice Presidential nominee Sargent Shriver, on campaign plane, traverses nation on election eve swing.
(Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania) Shriver's daughter Maria celebrates 17th birthday. [SHRIVER - notes Democrats swing back into party] Shriver mascot, a duck, and kazoo band, keep moments light.
REPORTER: Bill Zimmerman
(Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) [Vice President Spiro AGNEW - to Fraternal Order of Police, criticizes elitists, fashionable revolutionaries. Praises law and order efforts of audience.] Agnew flies to Richmond, Virginia, for windup rally, confident of victory.
REPORTER: Bill Gill (WPVI-TV newsfilm)
(San Clemente, California) President Richard Nixon stays at Western White House Press Secretary Ronald Ziegler reports Nixon taping television speech.
REPORTER: Tom Jarriel
(Studio) Shriver to spend evening at Texas ranch of former President Johnson.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner
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