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Campaign `72 / Wisconsin Primary #20002

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Mar 30, 1972
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(Studio) Wisconsin president primary slated for next Tuesday
REPORTER: Howard K. Smith

(Milwaukee, WI)Senator George McGovern predicts Wisconsin victory, supported by heretofore contradictory groups: blue collar workers, blacks, cross-over Republicans, and undecideds. Organized labor conceded to Humphrey and Muskie. (MCGOVERN - says he will get some votes that could have gene to Wallace, as he, too, wants change. McGovern workers push for absentee ballots from students who will be away for Easter vacation.
REPORTER: Bill Matney

(Milwaukee, WI) [Former Senator Eugene MCCARTHY - disappointed in McGovern's having told his supporters not to vote for McCarthy in Illinois President preference primary when McCarthy told his to vote for McGovern Convention delegates.] [MCGOVERN - disowns statement sent out by one of his workers.]
REPORTER: Virginia Sherwood

Reporter(s):
Matney, Bill;
Sherwood, Virginia;
Smith, Howard K.
Duration:
00:04:10

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