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(Studio) Executive Committee New York Republican Party rejects combined slate with conservative party Slate would have listed electors pledged to Nixon. Conservatives threaten competing Nixon slate but votes wouldn't be added to Nixon total. In 1966, conservatives poll 1/2 million votes. Guest commentator is editor of "National Review" and ran in 1965 for New York City mayor on Conservative Party ticket. His brother James runs for Senator
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds
(NYC) Governor Nelson Rockefeller and Senator Jacob Javits deny Conservative Party right to list Nixon as President choice. It could cost him the election. Javits' name appears on liberal party line in New York, along with Humphrey and Muskie. Democrats have McCarthy; Republicans have Javits and Rockefeller.
REPORTER: William F. Buckley, Junior
- Buckley,, William F.;
- Reynolds, Frank
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