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Election #449009

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 03, 1970
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(Studio) Republican Representative William Brock leading Democratic Senator Albert Gore for Senator from Tennessee; Republican Winfield Dunn leads Democrat John Jay Hooker for Tennessee governor; most Tennessee polls still open; Nixon-Agnew election results will be seen later.
REPORTER: David Brinkley

(Studio) Election ending in apathy; administration campaigns on crime and permissiveness; Democrats say Republicans robbing working men; elections will show whether Republicans have broadened support.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Studio) Many governor races important; govs. can affect choice of delegates to national convention
REPORTER: Frank Mcgee

(NYC) Unlikely President will gain Senator major; may get ideological major he wants; administration purge of Republican Senator Charles Goodell may make liberal Republicans vote more conservatively; defies American party tradition.
REPORTER: Sander Vanocur

(NYC) Democrats have 249 House seats, Republicans 189; average loss 41 seats for President party; Republicans may gain few seats this year; Representatives elected more by party than by person.
REPORTER: Edwin Newman

(Studio) 7% Tennessee vote shows Brock ahead of Gore for Senator and Dunn ahead of Hooker for governor
REPORTER: David Brinkley

Reporter(s):
Brinkley, David;
Chancellor, John;
Mcgee, Frank;
Newman, Edwin;
Vanocur, Sander
Duration:
00:06:10

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