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CBS Evening News for Thursday, May 06, 1976
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(Studio) Report on other president candidates.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(DC) 100 persons are running for president List shown of all those running for president [Socialist Workers Party presidential candidate Peter CAMEJO - says working people should come 1st.] [Democratic candidate Frank AHERN - says can do better job as president] 1971 film shown. Evangelist Arthur Blessitt has entered several primaries. He beat Fred Harris and Sargent Shriver in Florida and beat George Wallace in New Hampshire. [BLESSITT - says need president who knows Jesus Christ.] [Republican candidate Lar DALY - says he'll never give up.] 37 minor candidates are Democrats and 10 are Republicans 18 other ptys repd. Different types of candidates noted. [Independent candidate Keith STONE - cites reasons for inflation.] [Republican candidate Ernest WHITFORD - wants to wipe out constipation.] [Campaign manager Silverstein for President Alan ABEL - speaks on gun control.] Sam "Mr. Clean" Silverstein had stand-in for 1st part of campaign so he could conserve his strength. [ABEL - says they have little or no chance of success.] Silverstein withdraws from race.
REPORTER: David Culhane

(Studio) Campaign `76 won't be the same without Silverstein.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

Culhane, David;
Mudd, Roger

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