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Texas Primaries #262767

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Mar 25, 1979
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(Studio) Growing number of Republican cands. in Texas reported.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(Austin, Texas) [Connally campaign director Edward MANE - says Texas is must win primary.] John Connally, George Bush,and Ronald Reagan shown. Texas legislature said trying to decide number of primaries and when to have them. [Democratic National Committee Chairperson John WHITE - does not want any primary.] [Lt Governor William HOBBY - gives reasons for supporting two primary elections.] [Bush campaign manager James BAKER - explains why conservative Democrat legislators want two primaries.] [Texas Republican chairperson Ray BARNHART explains that issue is really local power and not president elections.] [Texas AFL-CIO President Harry HUBBARD - speaks about more diversified rep in legislature]
REPORTER: Bruce Morton

Reporter(s):
Dean, Morton;
Morton, Bruce
Duration:
00:03:20

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