CBS Evening News for Friday, Mar 05, 1976
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(Studio) Democratic candidates, Pennsylvania Governor Milton Shapp, Jimmy Carter, Senator Henry Jackson and Alabama Governor George Wallace running in Florida primary.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite
(Florida) Wallace worried about Carter. [WALLACE - thinks Carter used good judgement in invoking his name during Georgia governor's election. Carter changed his mind (with regard to his recent attacks on Wallace.)] [WALLACE - campaigns to Florida panhandle residents.]
REPORTER: David Dick
(Florida) [CARTER - doesn't see why government can't be honest and compassionate.] Different sides of Carter noted. [CARTER - says Florida campaign between him and Wallace. Wallace can't be elected President] Speaks to Miami group. [CARTER - says Jackson distorted his views.] Carter campaigned 45 days in Florida; he's worried about Jackson.
REPORTER: Ed Rabel
(Florida) Jackson has strong support from Miami elderly and Jewish. [JACKSON - praises ex-UN ambassador Dan. Patrick Moynihan.] [JACKSON - argues with man about Washington, DC policies.] News conference shown. [JACKSON - says ask Carter how he stands on voting rights act.] Jackson's Florida organization is in disarray.
REPORTER: Lesley Stahl