Robert Dailey, Jr. potential Dem candidate for SD governor
DEMO RACE — Chamberlin is keeping mum about whether he may make another bid for governor. But heavy pressure is being brought upon him to make the race now that most of the other candidates who have expressed an interest in running have become become political dropouts. A factor that might encourage Chamberlin's candidacy is that his wife is recovering after successful successful spinal surgery. Supporters of A 11 y. G e n. Frank Farrar, who will apparently apparently be unopposed for the GOP nomination for governor, indi- cate they would prefer opposing opposing Chamberlin than some oth- ers mentioned. ^arrar boosters say Cham- '42jberlin has a "Nixon record" of losing. They also contend Cham- berlin would be hurt in South' Dakota by his heading the na- i tional convention slate pledged' to President Johnson. They say welcome talking LBJ sentiment in : they would '20'about anti (the (the state. One other Democrat is promi- 1/nently mentioned as a guberna- torial candidate — former Sen. Robert Dailey of Flandreau. | Dailey indicates ho hadn't made 1 up his mind. Dailey is considered formid- able because of his legislative background, main \ cars of ser- vice on REA boards and experi- uncc in state government as a turnv.-r iiu-mbi.'r ol ;.'H. Board of K'j^ laturc.