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Campaign 1976 / Races Across Country #40704

ABC Evening News for Monday, Nov 01, 1976
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(Studio) Report on other races in country besides 1 for president In NM, former astronaut Harrison Schmitt running for Senator (Film of Schmitt on moon shown.) Schmitt running against Senator Joseph Montoya. In SC, former New York (New York) Yankees baseball player Bobby Richardson running as Republican against Representative Kenneth Holland. Former Atomic Energy Commission chairperson Dr. Dixy Lee Ray running in Washington against Republican John Spellman for governor Former Chief of Naval Operations Admiral (ret.) Elmo Zumwalt running for Senator as Democrat in Virginia against independent Senator Harry Byrd. Republican candidate for Senator in Pennsylvania is H.J. Heinz III, heir to Heinz pickle and catsup fortune and Democrat John D. Rockefeller IV running for governor in West Virginia; Rockefeller is nephew of Vice President Nelson Rockefeller.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

Reasoner, Harry

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