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Campaign `72 / Alabama Primary #463962

NBC Evening News for Monday, May 01, 1972
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(Studio) President primaries to be held tomorrow in Ohio, IN, DC, and Alabama. Alabama Governor George Wallace should be unbeatable in his native state.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Indianapolis, IN) Wallace continues to do well on the road, to dismay of National Democratic party Trouble, however, has dvtd. back home in Alabama. Some Alabama voters dissatisfied with Governor Alabama Democratic party (which he does not control) has redrawn state's election districts. (Montgomery, Alabama) Only delegates (not candidates) listed on Alabama ballot. Wallace launches major "get out the vote" campaign in Alabama. (Miami, Florida [Alabama Democrat Chairperson, Robert VANCE - says people of Alabama want a Governor, not a perennial candidate.] (IN) [WALLACE - says Vance's group wants him to leave when he's in Alabama, and to come hone when he's away. Says that group is anti-Wallace, whereas most people in Alabama support Wallace.]
REPORTER: Rebecca Bell

Bell, Rebecca;
Chancellor, John

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