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Campaign `72 / Pennsylvania Primary #20359

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Apr 26, 1972
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(Studio) With Pennsylvania and Massachusetts primary votes in, Senator George McGovern takes lead in delegate votes to Democratic national conv., doubling Muskie, and far ahead of Humphrey and Wallace. (Tallies shown: Pennsylvania, and national)
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

(Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) Senator Hubert Humphrey wins his 1st president primary in Pennsylvania, despite machine opposition. [HUMPHREY - supported by labor, blacks, youth, and good cross section.]
REPORTER: Bill Zimmerman

(Indianapolis, IN) [Alabama Governor George WALLACE - claims victory with 2nd place finishes in Wisconsin and now Pennsylvania, without campaigning heavily. Says he will revise strategy and take Humphrey head-on in IN and West Virginia.]
REPORTER: Steve Bell

(Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) Senator Edmund Huskies poor showing not considered a disaster. He picked up enough delegate votes to stay in race. [MUSKIE - says he'll fight for nomination all the way to the conv.]
REPORTER: Frank Tomlinson

(Studio) Muskie cancels scheduled visit to Ohio; to hold news conference
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

Bell, Steve;
Reasoner, Harry;
Tomlinson, Frank;
Zimmerman, Bill

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