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Campaign `72 / New Hampshire Primary #463405

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Mar 07, 1972
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(Studio) 1st President primary in nation held in New Hampshire today. With less than 1% vote in, Democrats show: Muskie 62%; McGovern 35%; Hartke 1%; Yorty 1%; Jackson 1%. Republicans show: Nixon 64%; McCloskey 34%; Ashbrook 2%.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Manchester, New Hampshire) At Senator Edmund Muskie's campaign headquarters, climax of 9 nos. of work awaited. All candidates worked to last minute for votes. Senator George McGovern visits shoe factory. Muskie welcomed at polling place. 200,000 of 1/2 million eligible voters expected at polls.
REPORTER: Douglas Kiker

(Manchester, New Hampshire) At McGovern's headquarters, workers feel long efforts finally paying off. They want 30% of Democratic vote
REPORTER: Fred Briggs

Briggs, Fred;
Chancellor, John;
Kiker, Douglas

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