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City Elections / New York / Ohio / Michigan / Lindsay #3231

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 05, 1969
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(Studio) Party affiliation not so meaningful in city elections.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(NYC) Few Republican victories in cities. Law and order poor issue; blacks ran well.
REPORTER: Bill Lawrence

(NYC) Mayor Lindsay won over Democrat Mario Procaccino with plurality. Conservative Republican John Marchi runs poor 3rd.
REPORTER: Bill Lawrence

(Cleveland, Ohio) Black Mayor Carl Stokes wins by larger major than 2 years ago.
REPORTER: Bill Lawrence

(Detroit, Michigan) 1st black mayoral candidate, Richard Austin, lost to white Sheriff, Roman Gribbs, by 7000 votes.
REPORTER: Bill Lawrence

(NYC) Republicans did well statewide, not in cities.
REPORTER: Bill Lawrence

(Studio) Horse called "Dapper Lindsay" won at Yonkers Raceway last night.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

Lawrence, Bill;
Reynolds, Frank

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