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Campaign 1976 / Brown / Maryland #245682

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Apr 29, 1976
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(Studio) California Governor Edmund "Jerry" Brown Junior campaigns in MD.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(Baltimore, MD) Brown meets with Democratic Representatives [BROWN - realizes he's latecomer to presidential race.] Brown appears on live broadcasts,greets defense plant workers & speaks at Loyola College. His stand on issues noted. [WOMAN - says Brown personable.] [2nd WOMAN - says he's gorgeous.] [MAN - says Brown's fiscal austerity appealing.] [3rd WOMAN - says Brown is fresh person.] Observers say Brown creates more political excitement than they've seen since John F. Kennedy ran in 1960. Carter is still out in front 3-1.

McManus, Jim;
Mudd, Roger

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