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Campaign `72 / Senate and House Races #461744

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 08, 1972
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(Studio) ADA says next Senator will be most liberal in a decade. Anti-Nixon California Republican Representative Paul McCloskey reelected. Pro-Nixon Representative Massachusetts Representative Louise Day Hicks defeated.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(NYC) In Maine, Senator Margret Chase Smith defeated by Democratic Representative William Hathaway. In Colorado, Republican Senator Gordon Allott defeated by Floyd Haskell. In Delaware, Senator Caleb Boggs unseated by Democrat Joseph Biden. Virginia Democratic Senator William Spong beaten by Representative William Scott.
REPORTER: Garrick Utley

(NYC) In Massachusetts, Democrat Studds beats Weeks. In Michigan, Democrat O'Hara beats Serotkin. Representative Hale Boggs of Louisiana and Representative Nick Begich, missing in Alaska plane crash, reelected. Representatives Ashbrook of Ohio and McCloskey of California return, as will Representative Shirley Chisholm of NYC. Georgia black, Andrew Young, elected to House.
REPORTER: Edwin Newman

Chancellor, John;
Newman, Edwin;
Utley, Garrick

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