Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on December 28, 1970 · Page 28
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 28

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, December 28, 1970
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Mm Eveniftg Telegraph Monday, Dec. 28, 1970 Kennedy keeps hand in And CARL f». LEtJBSDOnF APPofftteal Writers WASHINGTON (AP) - Sen. Edward M. Kennedy Says he nas suggested-mnsuccessfully —that his name be dropped from the public opinion polls listing 1972 Democratic presidential prospects, because he isn't interested. But there is evidence the ^year-old Massachusetts senator is not at all unhappy that his name is still there and doing quite well. For Kennedy clearly has no Intention of overdoing his renunciation of national ambitions in 1972. The reasoning, according to sources familiar with Kennedy's thinking, is this: if he puts himself too far out of the running, the party may pay less attention to what he says about national issues in the next two years. And he has said in an interview he hopes to help shape the Democratic issues of 1972. Kennedy says his position Is unchanged: he is committed to serve the full six years of the Senate term he won Nov. a. But nothing in politics is certain; and no disclaimer of .candidacy is irrevocable. The early political planning of Democrats seeking the nomination leaves room for Kennedy as a possible rival one day. That day almost certainly could not come until the 1972 convention is in session. . In the interim, the Kennedy game plan seems to involve doing many of the things candidates do, while staying out of the presidential primaries and sticking to his stance as a noncandidate. The last of the Kennedy brothers plummeted from his early front runner position to that of noncandidate July 18, 1968, when his car went off a bridge on Chappaquiddick Island, killing Mary Jo Kopechne........ In the aftermath,*'Kennedy said he was considering resigning his Senate seat, then announced he would stay, seek re-election, and serve the full term. With Kennedy an early dropout, Sen. Edmund S. Muskie of Maine quickly soared into the nomination lead. Kennedy now says the Muskie margin may be insurmountable. But Muskie's closest rival in the public opinion polls remains Kennedy. A recent poll shows Muskie the favorite of 33 per cent of the rank and file Democrats, with Kennedy ranked two points behind. Another survey indicates Muskie has the support of 49 per cent of Democrats, Kennedy 45 per cent. When that poll was broadened to include all voters, Muskie's margin rocketed to 54 per cent, against Kennedy's 36. Kennedy said he was gratified at the support evidenced for him. "I've made some overtures to have my name off the Gallup and Harris polls," Kennedy said. "A year ago I indicated it would be helpful if they would focus on those interested in 1972." Interested or disinterested, his name is still there. And while . disclaiming candidacy, Kennedy says he will seek "to help crystallize and focus issues of importance" in the 1972 campaign. "I hope to be active in this endeavor," Kennedy says, and to have an impact on "the development of what our party should stand for in the 1972 election." That role is certain to keep Kennedy's name high on the speculation list, no matter what he says about his intentions, Kennedy said he considers Nixon formidable but beatable in 1972. The Massachusetts senator said he does not expect to endorse any candidate prior to the national convention. Kennedy also says he will make some out-of-town speeches in the months ahead. But; "I don't expect to do In; fact, Kennedy adds, with the ample corps of senators seeking the npmination likely to be on the road, the Senate may b$ a better forum lor Wm anyhow, ''Perhaps as these fellows wove around the country you ware effective in tie issues here on T CLOSED NEW YEAR'S DAY Meyrete, Hlckary Htll, Sorr*y farm. Swift, Krey, Hunter, Armour or Me* G«rm«n SLICED BACON U available M yew National food Stare. 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