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Voting / Political Figures #759

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 05, 1968
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(Studio) Photos shown of Governor and Mrs. Nelson Rockefeller, Senator and Mrs. Edward Kennedy and Mayor Richard Daley waiting to vote.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(Independence, Missouri) Ex-President Harry S. Truman, 84, casts his vote.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds Narrates

(Los Angeles, California) Richard Nixon flies from California to NYC. To watch election returns there.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds Narrates

(Bel Air, California) General Curtis LeMay votes. Flies to Montgomery, Alabama, to watch returns with George Wallace.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds Narrates

(Johnson City, Texas) President Johnson and wife vote.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds Narrates

(Marysville, Minnesota) Hubert Humphrey and wife vote. Said he'd win.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds Narrates

(Waterville, ME) Senator Edmund Muskie and wife vote. Said he voted straight Democrat 150 anti-war protesters chanted; he ignored them.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds Narrates

(Clayton, Alabama) Wallace, mother and 2 brothers vote. Campaigns on way there.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds Narrates

(Annapolis, Maryland) Governor and Mrs. Spiro Agnew and 2 children vote.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds Narrates

(Studio) Perhaps 75 million voted.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

Reporter(s):
Reynolds, Frank
Duration:
00:03:20

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