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Chicago Pol. / Bilandic-Byrne Primary #262260

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Feb 22, 1979
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(Studio) Problems had by then-New York City Mayor John Lindsay with regard to cleanup of Queens streets after 1969 snowstorm recalled; is compared to present problems of Chicago Mayor Michael Bilandic, on eve. of election
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(Chicago, Illinois) Chicago residents' dissatisfaction with snow removal efforts by city described. [RESIDENT - comments; mentions Richard Daley.] Bilandic's political troubles in trying to win primary for 1st elected term in office noted to be largely because of snow removal or lack of it. Challenger Jane Byrne's campaign outlined. television ads for both candidates shown. Polls with regard to standings for Bilandic and Byrne reported [BILANDIC - comments.] Pol. scene in Democratic primary examined.
REPORTER: Bob Faw (WBBM-TV newstape)

Mudd, Roger;
Faw, Bob

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