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New York Politics / Nixon #206553

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Oct 21, 1970
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(Studio) Nixon turns back on Republican Senator Charles Goodell, indirectly endorses opponent James Buckley; Nixon endorses New York Governor Nelson Rockefeller.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(NYC) New York City Mayor John Lindsay endorses Arthur Goldberg against Rockefeller. [GOLDBERG - says Rockefeller shifts political position too much.] [ROCKEFELLER - says stays in center] New York AFL-CIO endorses Rockefeller. [GOLDBERG - says will get labor vote.] Prof. Paul Adams seeks governor on conservative ticket. [ROCKEFELLER - says asked Vice President Spiro Agnew to stay out of New York pols.] Rockefeller behind in polls, moving up. [GOLDBERG - says hopes to be judged for what he is.] Rockefeller crowd rich, professional; Goldberg campaign sluggish.
REPORTER: Mike Wallace

Cronkite, Walter;
Wallace, Mike

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