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Hays / Congress / Election #489032

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Jun 09, 1976
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(Studio) Representative Wayne Hays recs. renomination for his Ohio House seat, but his opponent recs. 40% of vote. House votes to give federal grand jury the payroll records of Hays' girlfriend, Elizabeth Ray.
REPORTER: Floyd Kalber

(DC) Grand jury voted access to payroll records of Hays' committee Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee meets; Hays resigns as chairperson James Corman elected to replace Hays. [Speaker House Carl ALBERT - says committee meeting was normal. Everyone felt sorry Hays resigned.] Hays wants to continue as chairperson House Admin. Committee but Democratic leadership says he'll also have to give up that job.
REPORTER: Linda Ellerbee

Ellerbee, Linda;
Kalber, Floyd

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