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Iowa / Third District Reelection #477461

NBC Evening News for Friday, Jun 28, 1974
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(Studio) Nicholas Johnson ran for Congress from Iowa 3rd district and lost Democrat nom., or perhaps he didn't.
REPORTER: Edwin Newman

(Toledo, Iowa) Indian families living in 3rd district didn't get change to vote; election to be held again. [Indian Donald WANATEE - says Indian reservation wanted to vote in election and has right to vote.] Precinct voting facilities were supposed to be set up on reservation, but they never were. Johnson hopes new vote will work in his favor; Stephen Raft supports new ballot although he may lose recently won Democratic nomination
REPORTER: Bob Jamieson

Jamieson, Bob;
Newman, Edwin

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