CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Oct 27, 1976
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(Studio) Ford and Carter both fly from Chicago to North E. Ford went to Pennsylvania and New Jersey; Carter to New York and Pennsylvania.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite
(NYC) Carter visits New York City and suburbs. Incompetent staff work hampers Carter. [CARTER - speaks at rally sponsored by International Ladies' Garment Workers Union.] Big crowds turned out by big labor said traditional for Democrats Failure of campaign coordination noted. Carter now turns to Democrat establishment for aid. Carter said dependent on voter turnout. Carter visits Terence Cardinal Cooke. Catholic vote noted. Cooke said bipartisan.
REPORTER: Ed Bradley
(Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) Chicago snowstorm noted. Carter campaigns in Atlantic City, New Jersey. Miss American, Dorothy Benham, greets Ford. Importance of big electoral states noted. [FORD - says Eugene McCarthy should be on big-state ballots.] McCarthy as Carter obstacle noted. Demonstrator observed wearing Richard Nixon mask at Villanova Univ. Villanova crowd large and friendly. Extent of Ford campaigning noted. Since Saturday, 72 towns visited. Ohio and IN next.
REPORTER: Bob Schieffer
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