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Kentucky / Gubernatorial Election #501764

NBC Evening News for Monday, Oct 29, 1979
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(Studio) Kentucky's gubernatorial elecs. next week noted; Louis Nunn and John Y. Brown said facing each other.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Louisville, Kentucky) Kentucky governor race examined; fundraising efforts by the famous for each candidate noted. Films shown. [NUNN, BROWN - campaign] Chgs. leveled by Brown against Nunn outlined; Brown's wife, Phyllis George, mentioned. [BROWN - discusses Nunn's use of "Pent house" magazine article on discos in general against his and wife's presence at another one.] Mag. article shown. [NUNN - comments on Brown's visit to NYC.] Brown's strengths and weaknesses as politician outlined. [NUNN - campaigns.] [BROWN - comments on gambling chgs. leveled by Nunn.] James Mulligan quoted.
REPORTER: Denise Baker

Baker, Denise;
Chancellor, John

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