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Milliken winner in primary...
LANSING (UPI)-George Bush dependents and Democrats and the those who still have not heard of him As in his own campaigns, Milliken
was the top vote-getter in the state's support of the Milliken organization that for whatever reason, Michigan is was low-key-reassuring rather than
presidential primary, but the real win- were invaluable. his turf and he has the potential to make rabble rousing. He asked voters to sup-
ner in the long-run was Gov. William The governor put to work for Bush the or break candidates here. port Bush because of such esoteric mat-
Milliken whose political legend took on same sort of political magic which has Second, the governor averted what ters as his "instincts" and "com-
new luster. worked so consistently in would ' have been a painfully em- passion." He rarely if ever attacked
Everyone but the modest Milliken Michigan-much to the bafflement of barrassing victory in his home state for frontruner Ronald Reagan and never
agreed he carried the floundering, un- the national press corps which more of- a brand of Republicans which is foreign raised his voice.
derdog campaign almost singlehan- ten than not finds the Traverse City and distasteful to him. He may have to
dedly to a smashing victory by putting millionairepainfully dull. live with conservative Reagan as the
his reputation on the line for Bush to an Bush may or may not have been nominee, but Michigan will remain a
almost unprecedented degree in the helped in the long-run by his Michigan bastion of moderate Republicanism.
final days of campaigning. victory, but Milliken will realize some Finally, the victory blocked what 0 " *" t/t ' e
THE MILLIKEN presence on the clear benefits. could have been trouble for the gover-
campaign trail, his credibility with in- FIRST, HE AMPLY demonstrated to nor within his own partyB
tr wo rries
GOV. WILLIAM MILLIKEN (left) smiles during a news conference yesterday as he discusses George Bush's victory in
Tuesday's presidentisl primary. Milliken said he hopes Bush will stay in the race, hut Bush (right) said he is reassessing
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George Bush is running out of money,
and he said yesterday - the day after
his biggest victory over Ronald Reagan
- his bruised and bloodied campaign
cannot continue without new funds.
The Republican underdog told a news
conference in Cincinnati that his upset
of the Republican front-runner in
Michigan Tuesday was a "significant
victory," but the impact was obscured
"because the news was dominated by
the fact that Reagan ... was over the
required number of delegates."
BUSH SAID he is reassessing his
campaign and will decide what to do
within "a couple of days, two or three
"We won a significant victory in
Michigan, confounding absolutely
every single political expert in this
country," said Bush.
He said the result gave him "enor-
mous personal satisfaction because
I've been trying to make the point that I
would be better able to defeat Carter in
the fall," but that point was obscured
by the Reagan delegate-count.
Bush said he is confident he could win
Ohio with the kind of campaigning he
did in Michigan - "if we could get the
"I've asked my campaign manager
to take a real look to reassess all that
because I don't want to do something
foolish. So I don't know what the answer
is going to be," he said.
Bush was asked what he is
reassessing, and he said: "Money.
Let's just sum it up in one word. Money.
I need money to continue this race."
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