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Primaries #78946

ABC Evening News for Monday, Jun 07, 1982
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(Studio) Tomorrow's primaries for various political ofcs. noted, include Jerry Brown's bid for California Senator nomination from Democrats and San Diego Mayor Pete Wilson's bid for Republican spot over Barry Goldwater, Junior and Maureen Reagan. Outgoing Senator S.I. Hayakawa mentioned. New Jersey seat vacated by Senator Harrison Williams noted up for grabs.
REPORTER: Max Robinson

(New Jersey) Implications of Senate race here for President Reagan's economy policies examined. [1980, Ronald REAGAN - pledges economy change.] His win in New Jersey recalled. Cand. Jeffrey Bell's attack on Millicent Fenwick discussed; TV commercial shown. Bell recalled losing 1st Senator bid to Bill Bradley. [BELL - can't compete with Fenwick's charm.] Fenwick's background, personal and political, recalled. [FENWICK - claims to vote as American rather than as Democrat]
REPORTER: Lynn Sherr

Robinson, Max;
Sherr, Lynn

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