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Election 1976 / Carter / Mondale #486263

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 02, 1976
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(Studio) Carter in Plains, Georgia, today; will go to Atlanta tonight. Mondale in hometown in Minnesota.
REPORTER: David Brinkley

(Plains, Georgia) Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter stand in line while few neighbors and son Chip and wife vote first. [CARTER - says he feels good with regard to race and outcome.] In afternoon, Carter goes into Plains to speak to crowd. [CARTER - comments on aspirations for country and attitudes of people regardless of election outcome.]
REPORTER: Don Oliver

(Minneapolis, Minnesota) Mondale votes in Afton, Minnesota, close to Wisconsin line. Afterwards tells reporters campaign has been worthwhile because election crucial to country [MONDALE - says he voted for Carter and running mate; comments on weather, campaign and polls.] Other activities of day noted, incl. viewing art exhibit of Mississippi River scenes. Mondale will watch returns from Minneapolis hotel; will go to Plains Wednesday if Democrats win, if not, back to DC.
REPORTER: Charles Quinn

Brinkley, David;
Oliver, Don;
Quinn, Charles

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