NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 02, 1976
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(Studio) House and Senate elections also going on today.
REPORTER: John Chancellor
(Studio) NBC News projects Senate race in IN to be Richard Lugar over Senator Vance Hartke. In other Senate races, Hubert Humphrey, Edward Kennedy, Edmund Muskie and Henry Jackson are certain winners; in California Senator John Tunney and S.I. Hayakawa in tight race, in Utah Senator Frank Moss also locked in battle with Orrin Hatch, in Pennsylvania race is between John Heinz and William Green and in New York between Dan. Pat. Moynihan and Senator James Buckley.
REPORTER: Catherine Mackin
(NYC) Moynihan and supporters have been confident of win since Democratic primary win over Representative Bella Abzug; polls with regard to race noted as well as Moynihan's comments with regard to race.
REPORTER: Lee McCarthy
(NYC) Buckley's problems in race noted; expenditures for campaign cited.
REPORTER: Richard Hunt
(Studio) Gubernatorial races also underway and some of names might be seen in future president races.
REPORTER: David Brinkley
(Studio) NBC News projects Republican IN Governor Otis Bowen will keep seat. Bowen now leads Indiana secretary state Larry Conrad. Races for House, where Republicans hope to gain back some seats after Watergate losses, noted. Governors' races that might produce future president candidates are in West Virginia with Jay Rockefeller as Democrat and in Illinois Republican Jim Thompson.
REPORTER: Tom Brokaw
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