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Chicago / Mayoral Race #529678

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Apr 10, 1983
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(Studio) Chicago mayoral cands. Harold Washington and Bernard Epton noted both predicting victory in Tuesday's election
REPORTER: Chris Wallace

(Chicago, Illinois) Washington's efforts to win black votes examined; films shown. [WASHINGTON - thinks he's the best cand.] Black voter turnout in primary recalled. [Illinois comptroller Roland BEURRlS - encourages black voters.] [Washington aide Joe GARDNER - notes projected turnout.] Washington's conviction for income tax evasion recalled. [Aide Renault ROBINSON - thinks conviction is irrelevant.] [Afro-American Patrolmens League president Howard SAFFOLD - jokes about barbecue in city hall.]

Bode, Ken;
Wallace, Chris

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