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California / Senate Race #206648

CBS Evening News for Monday, Oct 26, 1970
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(Studio) California Senate race close; administration supports Republican
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(Los Angeles, California) Senator George Murphy faces Democratic Representative John Tunney. [MAN - intros. Tunney.] Tunney Yale graduate, friend of Kennedy's. [TUNNEY television AD SHOWN.] [TUNNEY - calls for environmental protection; denounces Murphy's acceptance of money from Technicolor while in Senate] [MURPHY - says supports FBI power in bombings; FBI not police force.] [Tricia NIXON - speaks for California Republicans] [TUNNEY - says father gentlemanly prize fighter; Murphy discourteous candidate.] Tunney ahead in polls. [MURPHY - says too late to get old job back.]
REPORTER: Bill Stout

Reporter(s):
Cronkite, Walter;
Stout, Bill
Duration:
00:05:30

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