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Campaign `72/New Hampshire Primary #222371

CBS Evening News for Monday, Mar 06, 1972
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(Studio) New Hampshire President primary vote set for tomorrow.
REPORTER: Charles Collingwood

(Manchester, New Hampshire) Democratic primary ballot include: Muskie, McGovern, Hartke, Yorty, Cole. Write-in campaign underway for Mills. Main contenders are Muskie and McGovern.
REPORTER: Mike Wallace

(Manchester, New Hampshire) Senator Edmund Muskie, New Hampshire neighbor from ME, campaigns hard for large margin of victory. Attends cribbage match at polish club to remind voters of his Polish ancestry. He hopes to win by 50% margin.
REPORTER: Bruce Morton

(Manchester, New Hampshire) Senator George McGovern gains strength in New Hampshire. Some say he nay even heat Muskie.
REPORTER: Michele Clark

(Manchester, New Hampshire) On Republican side, President Nixon dominates New Hampshire primary without even coming to state. McCloskey on left and Ashbrook on right, oppose him. Busing, unemployment, crime are not issues in New Hampshire, and thus New Hampshire does not reflect entire nation
REPORTER: Mike Wallace

Clark, Michele;
Collingwood, Charles;
Morton, Bruce;
Wallace, Mike

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