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Campaign `72 #222646

CBS Evening News for Friday, Apr 21, 1972
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(Studio) Senator Edmund Muskie reported to have spend most in Wisconsin primary, double amt. spent by winner, Senator George McGovern. Campaigns in Pennsylvania and Massachusetts draw to a close.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(Pennsylvania) Pennsylvania Governor Milton Shapp backs Muskie. Humphrey supported by labor. [MCGOVERN - wants blue collar vote.] Philadelphia Democratic party chairperson Peter Camille runs a powerful political machine. His mayor, Frank Rizzo, however, is a Nixon man. [NIXON - says Rizzo if 1 of few Democratic leaders not running for President] [HUMPHREY - courts black vote.] Pittsburgh may he deciding factor in Pennsylvania race. [MUSKIE - criticizes high property taxes and low quality schools; appeals for Polish vote.]
REPORTER: Bruce Morton

Morton, Bruce;
Mudd, Roger

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