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California Cong. Race / Wilson vs. Dunn #442122

NBC Evening News for Friday, Sep 27, 1968
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(Studio) Report on other Congress issues.
REPORTER: David Brinkley

(Inglewood, California) Jets coming into Los Angeles glide in over 31st Congress district. Noise is political issue. [Republican Congressional candidate Jim DUNN - talks to voter about noise jets make.] [VOTER - describes noise. Not property owner, so hasn't joined citizens group to stop noise.]
REPORTER: David Brinkley Narrates

(Baldwin Hills, California) Area is richest Negro residential section in US. Nancy Wilson and Ray Charles live here. 40% district Negro; crime is heavy. Oil pump in middle of golf course. Democrat Charles Wilson representatives district now. [WILSON - says honored to be here on important occasion.] [WILSON - speaks of his point in building new postal facility.] [DUNN - asks how many times Wilson has seen Congman. He doesn't care about being involved in district problems. Never exercised legislature leadership] Dunn campaigns about jet issue.
REPORTER: David Brinkley Narrates

(Studio) 31st is 1 of 50 districts where Republicans hope to get House control.
REPORTER: David Brinkley

Brinkley, David

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