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California Senate Race #523806

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, May 26, 1982
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(Studio) Governor Jerry Brown said expected to win Democratic Senator nomination in California primary.
REPORTER: Tom Brokaw

(Los Angeles, California) Republican cands. for Senator S.I. Hayakawa's seat Ted Brunsma, Maureen Reagan, Barry Goldwater, Junior, Pete Wilson, Paul McCloskey profiled. [Maureen REAGAN, WILSON, GOLDWATER, McCLOSKEY - campaign] Brown's campaign examined. [BROWN - thinks his record is enough to run on.] Status of opposing cands. Fresno Mayor Daniel Whitehurst, state senate Paul Carpenter and Gore Vidal examined. [VIDAL - anticipates confrontation with Brown.] Current poll showings mentioned.
REPORTER: Don Oliver

Brokaw, Tom;
Oliver, Don

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