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Campaign `72 / Wisconsin Primary #222788

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Apr 04, 1972
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(Studio) 6 of 12 Democrat contenders battle in WI. Econ. and Vietnam are key issues.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(Milwaukee, WI) Senator George McGovern has best organization in WI, and a real chance of winning. His charge that ITT (International Telephone and Telegraph Corporation) hasn't paid taxes hasn't hurt him.
REPORTER: Michele Clark

(Milwaukee, WI) Senator Hubert Humphrey wants to win here as he lost Wisconsin in 1960 to John Kennedy. Wants votes from labor, farmers, and blacks. [HUMPHREY - scoffs critics who say he promises too much.]
REPORTER: David Schoumacher

(Milwaukee, WI) [Senator Edmund MUSKIE - urges voters to pick candidate who has chance of beating Nixon; himself.]
REPORTER: Bruce Morton

(Milwaukee, WI) [Governor George WALLACE - regrets not having identified his potential in Wisconsin earlier.]
REPORTER: David Snell

(Milwaukee, WI) Senator Henry Jackson seeks Republican crossover vote as the "different" Democrat
REPORTER: Hal Walker

(Milwaukee, WI) [N.Y.C. Mayor John LINDSAY - speaks for gun control.] Money shortage cut media advertising spending by him.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(Studio) On Republican ballot with president Nixon are Representative John Ashbrook and Representative Paul McCloskey, who are not campaigning. Coverage of Wisconsin primary announced.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

Clark, Michele;
Cronkite, Walter;
Dean, Morton;
Morton, Bruce;
Schoumacher, David;
Snell, David;
Walker, Hal

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