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Elections / Mayoral Races / Ohio / New York #3204

ABC Evening News for Monday, Nov 03, 1969
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(Studio) New Jersey and Virginia to elect govs. NYC, Cleveland, and Detroit elect mayors. Latter 2 race between black and white.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(Cleveland, Ohio) [Mayor Carl STOKES - cites city's crime problems.] [Republican Candidate Ralph PERK - says need change of administration] White middle-class support needed. Crime big issue. Tension between Stokes and police. 17 ethnic groups support Perk. [PERK - says race not an issue.]
REPORTER: Marlene Sanders

(Studio) "New York Daily News" poll gives John Lindsay, 48% vote; Mario Procaccino, 27%; and John Marchi, 22%.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(NYC) Law and order is issue. After losing Republican renomination, Lindsay had to court ethnic votes. Marchi still lacks backing. [PROCACCINO - says vote for Marchi helps Lindsay.] [MARCHI - says Procaccino's position collapsing.] [LINDSAY - says key issue is leadership and tradition of liberalism.] He'll be satisfied with plurality.
REPORTER: Bill Lawrence

Lawrence, Bill;
Reynolds, Frank;
Sanders, Marlene

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