KEYNarE ADDRESS BY SE!NATOR MIKE MANSFIElD (D • .7 MONTANA)
MONTANA STATE DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION
Saturday, September 12, 1964, ll:30 a.m., M.S.T.
This is the second convention which I have attended in
recent weeks--at the first one I had a difficult time trying to
convince everyone that the only job I really want is that of Senator
of, for and from Montana. Here, at least, you believe me. I had
more trouble back east. Eastern politicans seem to have a tendency
to say no when they mean yes.
As all of us know- the prospects for America and the
Democratic Party were made stronger and more secure by what we did
in Atlantic City. But no less important to our country is what we do
here in Montana in the course of the next several weeks. Few elections
have been more important than the one we face this November.
The issues in this campaign are clear--the lines of battle
are drawn. Our candidate, Lyndon B. Johnson, offers experienced,
responsible, and decisive leadership. ~e other candidate caJJp:;Ql.a \!S
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