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(Studio) television announcement by John Connally in behalf of Democrats for Nixon noted. Such efforts said now far advanced. Florida report follows.
REPORTER: Howard K. Smith
(Miami, Florida) [Miami Mayor David KENNEDY - proclaims self Democrat for Nixon.] [KENNEDY - talks over telephone.] Organizes campaign to persuade other Democrats Democrats for Nixon organize, raise money. Push for votes comes in October Mayor Kennedy had 1st supported Birch Bayh, then Hubert Humphrey. But now for Nixon, though loyal Democrat [KENNEDY - thinks Democrats for Nixon helps Democrats, not Republicans] Democrat make-up of Miami analyzed. Street poll conducted by reporter [Shown.] 2/3 vote goes for Nixon. So, Mayor Kennedy's job said easy.
REPORTER: Charles Murphy
- Murphy, Charles;
- Smith, Howard K.
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