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Campaign 1976 / Udall / Carter #43575

ABC Evening News for Saturday, May 29, 1976
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(Studio) Morris Udall holds 2nd place behind Jimmy Carter. Udall concentrates on Ohio primary. Angers Carter by television commercial attack.
REPORTER: Ted Koppel

(With Udall Campaign) [UDALL - invites supporters to have a drink.] Udall believes Carter can be stopped. [UDALL - believes he can stop Carter.] Udall campaigns in union hall to tune of "Second Hand Rose." [UDALL - wants to smoke Carter out.] Radio commercials played. Carter calls radio spots interpretive, personal. [UDALL COMMERCIAL - charges Carter plays shell game with issues.] [UDALL - denies commercials are personal attack on Carter.] Udall believes Carter may lose badly in California. [UDALL - believes stopping Carter will be hard if he wins in upcoming primaries, as suggested by reporter]

Reporter(s):
Koppel, Ted
Duration:
00:02:10

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