CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Apr 27, 1976
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(Studio) "CBS-New York Times" poll indicates Jimmy Carter may pick up 7th win in Pennsylvania. Carter leads Senator Henry Jackson in preference primary. Representative Morris Udall way behind. President Ford alone on Republican ballot. Carter, Jackson, Udall, George Wallace, Ellen McCormack, Birch Bayh, Fred Harris and Governor Milton Shapp on Democratic ticket.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite
(Pennsylvania) Polls open for 13 hrs. Turnout reported less than 50% of those registered. Weather cold. Reports on Pennsylvania primary to continue; CBS to air special at 11:30 EDT.
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