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Campaign 1976 / Carter / Brown / Church #43739

ABC Evening News for Saturday, May 08, 1976
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(Studio) Jimmy Carter faces Senator Frank Church Tuesday in Nebraska primary and California Governor Edmund Brown Junior in May 18 Maryland primary.
REPORTER: Ted Koppel

(Omaha, Nebraska) Church presents Carter with Idaho peanuts. Felt Carter will win Nebraska due to his agriculture background.
REPORTER: David Snell

(Detroit, Michigan) Ldrs. of industry incling. General Motors Corporation President Pete Estes line up to have photos made with Carter.
REPORTER: David Snell

(Baltimore, Maryland) Carter shown with baby. Maryland Democratic leaders support Brown. [CARTER - says Brown adopted by political bosses and machine pols. of Maryland who want brokered conv.] Carter polls show him behind in MD.
REPORTER: David Snell

(Harford Cnty., MD) Enthusiastic crowd greets Brown in E. Baltimore. [Democratic leader Dominic DIPIETRO - says Brown is beautiful.] Ex-state senate Joseph Staszak is powerful Democratic leader. [State Senator Joseph BONVEGNA - says his pol. team is successful.] [BROWN - says welcomes all to his campaign.] Brown preaches full employment, environmental limits and political reform. He's balancing old and new political styles.
REPORTER: John Martin

(Omaha, Nebraska) Nebraska is important to Church. At Jefferson-Jackson day dinner, Church attacks President Ford for 1975 embargo on grain sales. [CHURCH - says United States needs to sell all the food the world wants. Would sell Arabs food, not weapons.]
REPORTER: Roger Peterson

Koppel, Ted;
Martin, John;
Peterson, Roger;
Snell, David

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