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Watergate / Dominick / New Jersey Gubernatorial Race #226514

CBS Evening News for Monday, Nov 05, 1973
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(Studio) Senator Peter Dominick, former Nixon loyalist, urges President to reveal all with regard to Watergate. Believes impeachment proceedings should proceed and Republicans should divorce themselves from Nixon administration According to New Jersey gubernatorial race, Republicans may have difficult time
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(Newark, New Jersey) F. Clifton White, Republican consultant, formerly led many Republicans to victory throughout cntry., incling. Barry Goldwater, James Buckley, Jessie Helms. White's efforts for a Republican win in New Jersey thwarted by Watergate. [WHITE - believes many people turn away from pols and Republicans experience drop in fund-raising because of Watergate.] New Jersey Republican candidate for governor Charles Sandman bothered most by Watergate although Sandman's ethics have been questioned. [WHITE - believes campaign mgr's. job much more difficult now; no set campaign strategy can assure victory] Democratic candidate Brendan Byrne seems favored. [BYRNE - believes integrity in state government determines actions of New Jersey in 70's.] [WHITE - believes white collar workers to contemplate candidates longer before making decision.] Watergate definitely plagues this election.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

Cronkite, Walter;
Dean, Morton

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