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Off-Year Elections / California Proposition I #23959

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 06, 1973
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(Studio) Pol. analysts watch off-yr. elections to determine possible Watergate effects on local pols. Voter turnout for governor in Virginia and New Jersey light. In California, voters consider const. amendment called Proposition I. Amendment reviewed; outcome could determine Governor Ronald Reagan's future.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

(San Francisco, California) Reagan sponsors Proposition I. Personal appearances and telephone calls allow public saturation of amendment. [REAGAN - believes vote to show concern or unconcern of voters to all of cntry.] Speaker of state assembly Robert Moretti leads opposition of Proposition I [MORETTI - thinks Reagan to use Proposition I to get foothold in White House] Passage of Proposition I could have 2 immediate results.
REPORTER: Anne Kaestner

Kaestner, Anne;
Reasoner, Harry

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