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Elections #703312

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Apr 07, 1971
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(S) In elections yesterday, E. Saint Louis, Illinois, elected black Mayor; woman elected Mayor in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; 3 radicals elected to Berkeley, California, City Cncl., though community control of Police Dept. Amendment defeated. REPORTER: Howard K. Smith

(Berkeley, California) 80% of those registered voted; Berkeley elects black Mayor, sympathetic to radical proposals; film shows students watching election results. REPORTER: Bill Wordham

(S) Chicago, Illinois, Mayor Richard Daley gets 70% of vote in winning 5th term in office. REPORTER: Howard K. Smith

(Chicago, Illinois) Daley victory expected, due to well orgd. army of precinct Capts. & ward Aldermen. [25th Ward Alderman Vito MARZULLO - says precinct Capts. canvas hse. to hse. like salesmen; people don't believe everything in newspapers, but believe us.] REPORTER: Jim Kincaid

Kincaid, Jim;
Wordham, Bill

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