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Democratic Candidates / Election 1976 #480198

NBC Evening News for Monday, Oct 06, 1975
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(Studio) Report on Democratic party for candidates.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Syracuse, New York) 7 candidates present. [Senator Hubert H. HUMPHREY - criticizes administration policies.] All candidates against unemployment, poverty and Republican President [Senator Henry JACKSON - says administration is Nixon-Ford admin.] [Ex-North Carolina Governor Terry SANFORD - says 7 years of Republican rule brought US to brink.] [Representative Morris UDALL - says Ford economy mismanagement will get us together in 1976.] [Senator Lloyd BENTSEN - speaks of administration vetoes.] [Senator Birch BAYH - says let's get President who'll show us what we can do and get it done.] [Ex-OK Senator Fred HARRIS - says those who ask for sacrifices don't include selves.] [Sargent SHRIVER - says time for change in White House] [New York delegate Ed GOSIER - says candidate with best charisma might create best impression. Candidate unnamed as candidate, Hubert Humphrey, was here.] [HUMPHREY - says wants to help party Tries to be fair as moderator. Would help party by being compromise candidate.]
REPORTER: John Hart

Reporter(s):
Chancellor, John;
Hart, John
Duration:
00:03:30

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