NBC Evening News for Tuesday, May 16, 1972
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(Studio) Heavy turnout of voters in Detroit, Michigan, noted. (Not as big in MD.) In Michigan, it's Wallace, McGovern, Humphrey; in MD, it's Wallace against Humphrey. Sympathy vote for Wallace considered.
REPORTER: John Chancellor
(MD) Voter turnout light in MD. [Voters say they weren't influenced by assassination attempt on Wallace.]
REPORTER: Paul Duke
(Michigan) Some Michigan voters reported to have switched to Wallace out of sympathy, but most say attack on him did not cause change of mind. [Voters, for and against Wallace, not swayed by shooting.]
REPORTER: Douglas Kiker
(Studio) Wallace is a strong candidate in Michigan and MD. Democrat delegates to date cited. Coverage of MD, Michigan primaries announced.
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