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Campaign `72 / McGovern In Ohio #225063

CBS Evening News for Monday, Sep 04, 1972
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(Studio) Lewis Harris poll of union members shows they favor Nixon over McGovern, 49% to 40%.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(Barberton, Ohio) McGovern rides in Labor Day parade. [McGOVERN - says rich should pay fair share of cost of government Calls for tax reforms to benefit ordinary taxpayers.] (Akron, Ohio) McGovern volunteers canvass neighborhoods for voters. They find many Democrats for Nixon. [Democrat county chairperson Bob BLAKEMORE - says McGovern is behind.] (Columbus, Ohio) Ohio State Fair shown. Many Ohio citizens vote Democrat locally, but voted for Nixon in `68. [Ohio AFL-CIO chairperson Frank KING - says McGovern Ohio chairperson Dick Sklar gloats over Democrat labor vote, derides labor bosses.] [SKLAR - says fights were political and regrets any ill feelings King had over them. Calls on all Democrats, particularly King, to help elect McGovern.] Franklin County Democrats hold fund-raising picnic. [Democrat county chairperson Nelson LANZIONI - says Ohio voters will pick Democrats from White House to court house]
REPORTER: Bruce Morton

Cronkite, Walter;
Morton, Bruce

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