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Campaign 1976 / Florida / Carter / Wallace / Reagan #480363

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Nov 16, 1975
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(Studio) Ex-Georgia Governor Jimmy Carter wins Florida Democrat conv.'s straw vote. Pennsylvania Governor Milton Shapp 2nd; Alabama Governor George Wallace 3rd. Demo chairperson Ann M Cramer surprised by vote; thought it pointed to close Wallace-Carter vote. Wallace says on "Meet the Press" that if elected President, he'd recommend const. amendment to allow people to choose their own schools. Report on Ronald Reagan's travels.
REPORTER: Edwin Newman

(Chicago, Illinois) Small busmen. hear Reagan. [REAGAN - says everyone can have bigger piece of pie, if government will get out of way and let free enterprise system bake bigger pie.]
REPORTER: Mike Jackson

(Des Plaines, Illinois) Reagan appears at Illinois headquarters of Citizens for Reagan. [REAGAN - says organized labor leaders out of step with rank and file members as the Democratic leaders out of step with party Working man is ours.] [Reagan state chairperson Representative Philip CRANE - thinks Ford will withdraw from consideration.] Reagan to report if he'll run Thursday
REPORTER: No reporter given

Jackson, Mike;
Newman, Edwin

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