NBC Evening News for Saturday, May 07, 1983
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(Studio) Lack of open racial animosity in Philadelphia's mayoral primary compared to opposite situation in Chicago, Illinois.
REPORTER: Jessica Savitch
(Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) Continuing primary campaign between cands. Frank Rizzo and Wilson Goode examined; films shown. [Johnny SANDERSON - thinks Rizzo is patron saint of city.] Focus of Rizzo's campaign outlined; Goode's role as managing director of Philadelphia recalled. Strategy of each cand.'s campaign said illustrated by their television commercials (shown). [GOODE - notes Rizzo's efforts to blame him for city's problems.] [RIZZO - considers city government a failure.]
REPORTER: Ken Bode
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