NBC Evening News for Monday, Nov 19, 1973
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(Studio) Republican Govs.' conference conts. in Memphis, Tennessee. Govs. praise Nixon for outstanding accomplishments. Govs. still worry about effects of Watergate on elections next year
REPORTER: John Chancellor
(Memphis, Tennessee) [Pollster George GALLUP - says Republicans couldn't possibly capture majority of votes in House of Representatives if election held now.] [Governor James HOLSHOUSER - insists Watergate won't affect Republicans in Rhode Island. No fear necessary.] [General Tom McCALL - believes if President discloses all, Watergate won't hurt Republicans] [Governor Nelson ROCKEFELLER - thinks people to judge candidate as an individual not party mbr.] Govs. try to believe Republicans won't be hurt by Watergate.
REPORTER: Steve Delaney