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Primaries #284648

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Jun 09, 1982
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(NYC) Primaries examined in detail. In California Senate race, [Barry GOLDWATER, Junior - comments on defeat.] [President REAGAN - notes daughter, Maureen's loss.] Candidate Pete Wilson to oppose Jerry Brown. Tom Hayden's win for California state assembly, Tom Bradley's nomination for California governor against George Deukmejian, Roxanne Conlin's nomination for Iowa governor noted. In race for New Jersey Senator, Millicent Fenwick beats Jeff Bell. [BELL and FENWICK - comment on campaign] Edward Feighan reported beating Ron Mottl in Ohio Congress race. Results of exit polling in Ohio and California outlined on screen; implications for President Reagan's economy policies discussed Jane Fonda mentioned, shown.

Rather, Dan

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