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Presidential Candidate / McCormack #41990

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Feb 03, 1976
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(Studio) Abortion and busing are 2 controversial issues. President Ford says states should decide about abortion individually. Abortion is Democratic Presidential candidate Ellen McCormack's issue.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

(Merrick, New York) McCormack is ex-legal secretary who married police inspector. To get $100,000 in federal matching funds. [McCORMICK [sic] - says funds raised indicate people across United States against abortion.] Her television commercials against abortion shown. [McCORMACK - says would work for balanced budget as President. Government should support girls who keep babies as well as those who have abortion. Need FBI and CIA, but they should work on honest basis.] Unknown has raised enough funds to qualify for federal help.
REPORTER: John Martin

Martin, John;
Reasoner, Harry

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