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Campaign 1976 / Democrats / Carter / Church / Udall #246125

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, May 26, 1976
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(Studio) Church and Brown's successes noted. Church has 47 delegates; 17 for Brown. Jimmy Carter has total of 839 delegates; 276 for Representative Morris Udall; 246 for Senator Henry Jackson; 168 for George Wallace; 229 for others and 396 uncommitted. New York City Mayor Abraham Beame endorses Carter.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(NYC) Beame is Jewish, liberal and establishment. [BEAME - knows Democrats will win this year] Beame was elected to convention as Jackson delegate; he must vote that way on 1st ballot.
REPORTER: Ed Bradley

(Aboard train) Carter campaigns in New Jersey.
REPORTER: Ed Bradley

(Trenton, New Jersey) He estimates he has over 1000 delegates, which incls. projections from caucus states selecting delegates and uncommitted delegates.
REPORTER: Ed Bradley

(Los Angeles, California) Church speaks to University of California at Los Angeles students. [CHURCH - speaks to group about Brown.] Aides not sure there will be enough money for California campaign. Church will also campaign in Ohio, Rhode Island and MT. His campaign disorganized
REPORTER: Jed Duvall

(Sioux Falls, South Dakota) Udall felt he had chance to beat Carter in Ohio until Church joined race. [UDALL - hopes Church will stay out of Ohio race. Comments on Democrat pols.] Church aides say they'll reject suggestion to stay out of Ohio.
REPORTER: Ike Pappas

Bradley, Ed;
Cronkite, Walter;
Duvall, Jed;
Pappas, Ike

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