ABC Evening News for Monday, Jun 05, 1972
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(Studio) President primaries set tomorrow in New Mexico, South Dakota, New Jersey, but California is big one.
REPORTER: Howard K. Smith
(Los Angeles, California) Senator George McGovern continues campaigning, tours construction site. He visits black areas with support from Julian Bond of Atlanta, Georgia, and Reverend Jesse Jackson of Chicago, Illinois. He will fly to Governor Comf. in Houston, Texas, to dispel their fears about his liberalism, squelch "Stop-McGovern Mvt," and line up support for Democratic Convention
REPORTER: Bill Matney
(Long Beach, California) Senator Hubert Humphrey contends he, not McGovern, is proven friend of working man, receiving good reception at North American Rockwell Corp., where space shuttle will be built. Humphrey upset that McGovern leaves for Texas instead of meeting him in 4th television debate. (Los Angeles, California) [L.A. Mayor Sam YORTY - urges his supporters to vote for Humphrey. Denounces McGovern as a radical who has run campaign of deception and demagoguery.] [HUMPHREY - pleased with Yorty's endorsement.]
REPORTER: Sam Donaldson
(Los Angeles, California) Alabama Governor George Wallace is not on California ballot, so write-in campaign being waged. Writing-in is more difficult than regular voting and strict procedures vary with counties. Sample ballots distributed by Wallace workers in L.A. [California Secretary of State, Edmund BROWN, Junior - says if Wallace gets substantial vote, outcome won't be known for week or 2 for counting.]
REPORTER: Steve Bell
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