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Campaign 1976 / Wisconsin and New York Primaries / Democrats #245771

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Apr 07, 1976
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(Studio) Jimmy Carter wins Wisconsin primary, but loses New York primary.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(WI) [UDALL - says how sweet it is! Likes 1st place better than 2nd.] Carter won by morning. [CARTER - says he's number 1.] [UDALL - says race was dead heat.] Udall 2nd in Wisconsin and New York.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(New York) Senator Henry Jackson won 39% of New York delegates but he predicted 51%. [JACKSON - says received landslide but missed major vote.] Democratic candidates basically in same place. Pennsylvania primary to be held in 3 weeks
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(Studio) Carter received 37% of Wisconsin vote; 36% for Udall and 13% for George Wallace. Jackson, 6 candidates and uncommitted share remaining vote. Jackson recd. 104 New York delegates; 70 for Udall; 35 for Carter and 65 uncommitted. Vote totals noted. In total delegate strength, Carter has 241 delegates; 181 for Jackson; 119 for Udall; 104 for Wallace; 85 for favorite sons; 28 for others and 150 uncommitted.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

Cronkite, Walter;
Mudd, Roger

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