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Campaign 1976 / Wisconsin Primary #245711

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Apr 04, 1976
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(Studio) Betty Ford goes to Wisconsin to campaign, as does Jimmy Carter.
REPORTER: Bob Schieffer

(WI) Win in Wisconsin for Carter could place 1st ballot nomination within reach. Carter opposed by other candidates and friends of Senator Hubert H. Humphrey who don't want nomination locked up. 68 delegates at stake here. Representative Morris Udall needs victory; he's been active in Wisconsin for year [UDALL - predicts beerdrinking vote (while drinking beer).] Udall has predicted win here. Will fight on as long as funds last. Says Carter unspecific with regard to issues. Senator Henry Jackson made only limited effort in WI; has tried harder in New York. [JACKSON - says will put American back to work.] Alabama Governor George Wallace did well in Wisconsin in 1968 and 1972. Ronald Reagan relies on TV speech and hasn't campaigned in WI; Ford has.
REPORTER: Bill Plante

Reporter(s):
Plante, Bill;
Schieffer, Bob
Duration:
00:02:40

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