ABC Evening News for Friday, Jun 13, 1975
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(Studio) In New York, Democrats raise $400,000 at $500 plate fund-raising dinner. Announced presidential candidates, Senator Lloyd Bentsen and Senator Henry Jackson, present for dinner. Alabama Governor George Wallace not present; political director says Wallace too busy to attend. Report follows with regard to Wallace in `76.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner
(DC) Representative Morris Udall to run for Democratic presidential nomination; Wallace is Udall's main issue; attacks Wallace vigorously. [UDALL - challenges Wallace to level with Americans and sell his ideas in free market place with rest of Democratic candidates.] [JACKSON - expects to succeed because he has plan for issues now bugging Americans] [BENTSEN - says poll results most important High-noon shootout with Wallace to occur at polls.] Wallace remains center of attention with solid block of support.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds