ABC Evening News for Thursday, Oct 03, 1968
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(Studio) Vice President Hubert H. Humphrey says shocked and disturbed at General Curtis LeMay's statement and says it would be disastrous if George Wallace became President
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds
(West Virginia) Vice President took motorcade tours of 29 towns. Tells those in Bluefield, West Virginia, that Republicans never gave them a dime and West Virginia should go Democrat
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds Narrates
(Charlotte, North Carolina) [HUMPHREY - says will sting Nixon over and over.] 10,000 cheer Vice President Same in Tennessee, West Virginia and Florida. [HUMPHREY - says North Carolina will go Democrat Cites their Demo voting record. This is Democrat rally.] Many blacks there. Campaign finally rolling. Returns to Washington, DC for long wkend.
REPORTER: Lou. Cioffi
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