ABC Evening News for Monday, Jun 07, 1976
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(Los Angeles, California) For Democrats, California expected to go to Brown. New Jersey expected to be indecisive. Report on Ohio race.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner
(Ohio) Jimmy Carter campaigns at plant. [CARTER - says Republicans will be choking on large peanut (like 1 shown) if Democrats put good ticket together.] [MAN - intros. Carter.] Carter expects 200 delegates from Tuesday primaries. Carter says Representative Morris Udall is negative campaigner and Tuesday vote will prove it.
REPORTER: Sam Donaldson
(Cleveland, Ohio) Udall eloquent on day before his last chance to win a primary. [UDALL - says let us continue in spirit of Robert F. Kennedy. Candidate should trust people with his plans for president American can't afford to take chance on mystery man in White House]
REPORTER: Don Farmer
(Columbus, Ohio) Senator Frank Church shown campaigning. [CHURCH - would consider offer of Vice President] Church hopes for 2nd place in Ohio. He needs Ohio win to be influence at Democratic Convention
REPORTER: Roger Peterson
(Los Angeles, California) Poll shows Brown leading Carter 54%-20%.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner
(New Jersey) Brown campaigns in New Jersey. He says Carter doesn't understand urban E. and attacks Carter's federal reorg. ideas. [BROWN - explains how he can win on 3rd ballot.] Brown predicts taking 300 delegates to convention He'll visit LA, Missouri, Massachusetts, Connecticut and New York. Brown talks to 400 in Camden and meets with mayor. Chief New Jersey supporter for Senator Hubert H. Humphrey, James Dugan, says some uncommitted delegates have moved toward Brown, but not 1/2 of them.
REPORTER: John Martin
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