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(Studio) Representatives Tom Railsback and Joseph Mezvinsky represent adjacent districts, Report follows discussing constituents' reaction to their votes on impeachment in House Judiciary Committee
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner
(Monmouth, Illinois) [Monmouth "Review" editor Ralph B. ECKLEY - says voting directly related to parental ties.] Constituents generally upset by Railsback's vote to impeach President Railsback's support not as solid as it once was. Constituents react to Railsback. [Former Congman. Bob McLOSKEY - believes Railsback's vote is culmination of past liberal votes.] [RAILSBACK - says he felt obligated to vote as he did.]
REPORTER: Greg Dobbs
(Davenport, Iowa) Attn. gained at House Judiciary Committee; proceedings solidify support and further alienate opposition. Voter reaction to Mezvinsky taken. [Campaign manager Don GIBSON - says voters may become apathetic in congress elections; could hurt incumbents as well as newcomers.] Watergate not only issue on voters' minds.
REPORTER: Roger Peterson
- Dobbs, Greg;
- Peterson, Roger;
- Reasoner, Harry
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