Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on September 30, 1974 · Page 8
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Monday, September 30, 1974
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Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Men., Sept, 30, 1974 FAVETTEVILLI, ARKANSAS Rockefeller's Replacement Has Campaign Problems ; ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) -- Nelson A. Rockefeller was unbea-i table in four campaigns for governor of New York, but his ·chosen successor is In trouble. ', An early newspaper poll shows Gov. Malcolm Wilson trailing far behind the Democratic candidate, U.S. licp. Hugh Carey. Even Republican leaders have complained about the somber style of their-candidate. Wilson, CO. the former lieutenant 'governor, moved into the governor's office last December when Rockefeller resigned. But Hie understudy did not inherit, the star's dynamism or zest for campaigning. He is more at home dining wilb political leaders than wading through crowds with hearty liatidshakcs. Although he is a skilled technician of government programs, much of the public knows him only as a man with a penchant for narrow ties and Latin quotations. Rockefeller picked Wilson as his running male in his winning campaign for 'governor in 1958. Wilson, who had served 20 years in tlie Assembly, remained as lieutenant governor for the next 15 years. Carey, 55, widowed father of 11 children, Is fresh from a primary election victory in which luv overwhelmed Howard Sam- uels, former head of New. York City's off-track belling, operation and the choice of the par- ly's leaders. Virtually unknown oulside his Brooklyn district six months ago, Carey gained public recognition with a primary campaign that his official reports say cost more than $2.5 million. Carey is finishing his seventh term and gave up a seat on tlie House .Ways and Means Committee to run for governor. Although Rockefeller is not listed on Hie ballot, he will be a factor in the race. Carey has promised to campaign against the Rockefeller record of tax increases and 'government construction. Rockefeller says he will campaign for Wilson after .he completion of congressional learings into his nomination for vice president. Wilson at first tried to Ignore Carey in his campaign. Lately, recognising his underdog role and responding to criticism rom fellow Republicans, he tms started to attack Carey. At every opportunity, Wilson links Carey with former . U.S. Ally. Gen. Ramsey Clark, the Democratic nominee for U.S. senator and the most liberal candidate on the ballot. Clark, 46, was the upset winner in a three-way race in the Democratic primary Sept. 10. He ran on the theme of integrity in government and refused ;o accept Individual'·contribu- tions of more than $100. He Is _ivcn an outside chance against ;he three-term Republican incumbent, Jaopb K. Javits. Other Democrats seem unsure about-'accepting"the lanky Texan, but Carey has embraced Clark on the ticket'. Since his primary triumph, Carey has tried to unify the usually fractious Democratic party in preparation for the fall campaign.. He lined up labor support and the endorsement of the slate's Liberal party, a small organ- iation that wields power far out of proportion to the number of its members.. Wilson has the backing of the Conservative sarty, so hs also will have two ines on the ballot. Leaders of both parties say Carey's prospects improved when Democratic voters picked a woman, state Sen. Mary Anne Krupsak of the upstate community of Canajoharie, lis the lieutenant governor candidate. Republicans are offering County Executive Ralph Caso of Long Island's suburban Nassau County as her competitor. Both candidates for governor expect to advertise heavily on television to reach the state's 8^5 million registered voters. 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