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Humphrey / No Full-Term Bid #257728

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Apr 09, 1978
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(Studio) Senator Muriel Humphrey's support of husband, late Senator Hubert Humphrey, during his political career and her replacement of him in Senate on his death mentioned. Senator Humphrey's announcement on Saturday night that she won't run for full term in Senate reported.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(Saint Paul, Minnesota) Concerns of Minnesota political leaders with regard to Mrs. Humphrey's decision outlined. Her announcement at dinner attended by Vice President Mondale reported [Mrs. HUMPHREY - cites time spent in sharing husband's political life. Wants to return home after interim is over and go on with private life.] [MONDALE - praises Hubert and Muriel Humphrey.] Representative Don. Fraser expected to get party nomination for Senator; his plans to have opposed Mrs. Humphrey stated. [FRASER - notes that race would have been more difficult if Mrs. Humphrey had been in it.] Mrs. Humphrey's plans to campaign for son who's running for state attorney general mentioned.
REPORTER: Chris Kelley

Dean, Morton;
Kelley, Chris

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