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Election Results #287869

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 09, 1983
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REPORTER: Dan Rather

(DC) Outcome of Washington Senate race between Dan Evans and Mike Lowry, Martha Layne Collins' gubernatorial race in Kentucky, and William Allain's gubernatorial race in Mississippi against Leon Bramlett, Kathryn McDonald's Georgia race against George Darden, Wilson Goode's showing in Philadelphia mayoral race, Harvey Gantt's mayoral bid in Charlotte, North Carolina, Richard Hatcher's reelec. in Gary, IN, Mayor Kathy Whitmire's win in Houston, Texas, and Dianne Feinstein's in San Francisco, rptd; Lamar Alexander's win recalled; results of referendums on Ohio tax increases, United States military aid to El Salvador in Colorado, California and WA cities, ME's anti-moose hunting proposal, Gerald Ford's pro-hotel development bid in Rancho Mirage, California (opposed by Frank Sinatra) reported [COLLINS - comments on her victory.] [McDONALD - notes her loss.] [Senator Richard LUGAR - praises Evans' win in WA; mentions Grenada.] Senator Henry Jackson and Korean airliner downing mentioned.
REPORTER: Bruce Morton

Morton, Bruce;
Rather, Dan

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