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Alabama / Primary Runoff #526043

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Sep 28, 1982
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(Studio) Alabama gubernatorial runoff for Democratic candidate noted.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(Montgomery, Alabama) George Wallace's race against Lieutenant Governor George McMillan examined. [Tammy WYNETTE - sings "Amazing Grace."] Wallace's dependence on black voters discussed. [Reverend Abraham WOODS - claims blacks are forgiving people.] Jesse Jackson and Coretta Scott King noted campaigning. for Wallace's opponent. [KING - thinks McMillan's record speaks for itself.] Apparent shift in black support from Wallace to McMillan mentioned. [WALLACE - thinks black leaders from out of state have right to campaign in Alabama.]
REPORTER: Kenley Jones

Jones, Kenley;
Mudd, Roger

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