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'89 Elections / Black Candidates #324899

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Nov 04, 1989
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(Studio: Susan Spencer) Report introduced.

(DC: Bruce Morton) Way in which black cands. are running in this yr.'s elecs. featured. [Detroit, Michigan, mayoral candidate Coleman YOUNG - campaigns.] [Representative John LEWIS - says Young is from the old guard.] Cleveland, Ohio, mayoral race between blacks George Forbes and Michael White cited as example of new style pols. for black cands. [WHITE - campaigns.] ["The Almanac of American Politics" Michael BARONE - says the new development is black candidate looking for a white constituency.] Mayoral races in Seattle, WA, between black cnclman. Norman Rice and white attorney Doug Jewett and New Haven, Connecticut, where black cand. John Daniels is expected to win cited. [YOUNG - talks about black mayoral cands.] New York City mayoral race between David Dinkins and Rudolph Giuliani reviewed. Black candidate Doug. Wilder noted leading Marshall Coleman in Virginia gov.'s race.

Morton, Bruce;
Spencer, Susan

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