Trivia Junkies

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Who won the Michigan Democratic primary in 1972, and what major event in the campaign occurred the day before that primary?

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George Wallace won the Michigan primary and the very next day he was seriously injured when there was an attempted assassination

Sent by Julia | 3:02 PM | 1-16-2008

1) George Wallace won it, with a heaping help from a horde of non-Democrats who sought to embarass the national party hierarchy. 2) Was he not shot by an would-be assassin?

Sent by Nicholas J B Ohh | 9:41 PM | 1-16-2008

I was thinking it was that Mclosky letter deal, with weird the crying meltdown...

Sent by blogofacowboy | 11:47 PM | 1-16-2008

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Sent by Leilyn | 9:55 AM | 5-19-2008