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Campaign `72 / Indiana and Ohio Primaries #464343

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, May 03, 1972
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(Studio) IN and Ohio primaries narrow Democrat field. Senator Henry Jackson withdraws. IN victor is Humphrey, with Wallace strong 2nd (tallies given). With limited rptg Humphrey ahead in Ohio, with McGovern closely following.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Cleveland, Ohio) Some polling places in Cleveland still have not opened for yesterday's election. South Euclid neighborhood, among others, described in relation to their problems with voting. [Supt. voting machines, George PLAGMAN - responsible for machines, says he goofed!] [Congressional candidate, Thomas SHAUGHNESSY - files suit to have Cuyahoga County votes set aside; new election ordered.] [City Cnclmn, George FORBES - says election should be invalidated, or those who didn't get to, should be given opportunity to vote.]
REPORTER: Jack Perkins

Chancellor, John;
Perkins, Jack

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