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Campaign 1976 / New York Primary #245712

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Apr 04, 1976
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(Studio) Report on New York primary.
REPORTER: Bob Schieffer

(New York) City cnclman. who is son of ex-New York City mayor, Bob Wagner, campaigns as Udall delegate. [WAGNER - campaigns.] Pol. novice, Judah Wattenberg, is father of political scientist and author, Ben Wattenberg, and is running as delegate. [WATTENBERG - announces plans.] Other delegate nominees shown. New York primary is 39 contests for delegates. [Representative Bella ABZUG - talks about slate of delegates.] Abzug campaigns for place on Udall delegate slate. [New York City cnclman. Ramon VELEZ - says being elected delegate will help him as cnclman.] Wallace campaign virtually wiped out by court challenges. Many Carter slates knocked off. [Carter co-chairperson William Vanden HEUVEL - describes New York voting practices.] Carter organization suing to invalidate returns where they can't run.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

Dean, Morton

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