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Governors' Elections / Louisiana / Kentucky #480454

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Nov 02, 1975
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(Studio) Louisiana voters reelect Governor Edwin Edwards. Report on Kentucky governor's race.
REPORTER: Tom Snyder

(Kentucky) Governor Julian Carroll shown campaigning. Republican busman., Robert Gable, accuses Carroll of allowing busing to come to Louisville. Violence erupted due to busing; Carroll called out National Guard. [GABLE - says pols. should get message that they'll be out of office if busing comes to their area while they're in office.] [CARROLL - thinks people are smarter than to listen to Gable. He's not their champion; he hasn't done anything about busing.] Louisville and Jefferson Cnty. usually go Republican [MAN - says will vote for Gable because Carroll wouldn't do anything until Gable came out against busing.] Blacks back Carroll. Unions say Carroll not forceful enough against busing. Carroll expects to win 2-1.
REPORTER: Chuck Neff

Neff, Chuck;
Snyder, Tom

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