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Elections #8540

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 03, 1970
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(Studio) Reports on candidates follows.
REPORTER: Howard K. Smith

(Los Angeles, California) California has more Democrats than Republicans; party lines rarely followed; Governor Ronald Reagan reelection likely; Senator George Murphy runs law and order campaign; Representative John Tunney opposes him; economy versus law and order.
REPORTER: Dick Shoemaker

(Chicago, Illinois) Large Midwest election turn-out.
REPORTER: Kenneth Gale

(Bloomfield, Michigan) Senator Philip Hart favored over Lenore Romney.
REPORTER: Kenneth Gale (narrates)

(Chicago, Illinois) Rain may help Senator Ralph Smith beat Adlai Stevenson, III.
REPORTER: Kenneth Gale

(Cincinnati, Ohio) Robert Taft, Junior predicts win over Howard Metzenbaum for Senator
REPORTER: Kenneth Gale (narrates)

(Westchester, New York) Governor Nelson Rockefeller favored over Arthur Goldberg.
REPORTER: Gregory Jackson

(NYC) James Buckley favored over Representative Richard Ottinger and Senator Charles Goodell for Senate seat.
REPORTER: Gregory Jackson

(Boston, Massachusetts) Senator Edward Kennedy should win easily.
REPORTER: Gregory Jackson

Reporter(s):
Gale, Kenneth;
Jackson, Gregory;
Shoemaker, Dick;
Smith, Howard K.
Duration:
00:05:00

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