NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Mar 07, 1973
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(Studio) Bobby Seale, Black Panther leader, wants to be mayor Oakland, California, where Black Panther movement began.
REPORTER: John Chancellor
(Oakland, California) Bobby Seale has changed dress and style since Black Panther rallies of 1960's. [SEALE - says must go inside system and vote out corrupt officials.] Seale now talking revenue sharing rather than guns and violence. [SEALE - says has 3-5 speaking engagements daily. Is running hard.] Present Mayor John Reading running for reelection and is favored to win. City Cnclman. John Sutter and O. Greene also running and favored over Seale.
REPORTER: Don Oliver
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