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California Politics #552233

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Sep 17, 1986
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) California Senate race examined as illustrating increase importance of television in cands.' campaigns.; details given, scenes shown. Senator Alan Cranston, Representative Edward Zschau cited. [ZSCHAU - sings about himself.] television commercials of each cand. shown, discussed. [CRANSTON - cites impact of money and television on election outcome.] [ZSCHAU - feels mass media is necessary.] [Pat CADELL - calls for subsidized television time for cands.] [ZSCHAU - wants television debates with Cranston.] Latest "Los Angeles Times" poll mentioned.

Brokaw, Tom

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