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Campaign 1976 / New Hampshire Primary / Candidates / Write-Ins #487190

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Feb 24, 1976
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(Studio) President Ford beat Ronald Reagan 11-4 and Jimmy Carter got 6 votes in Dixville Notch returns. In Hart's Location, Reagan beat Ford 5-4 and Representative Morris Udall got 3 votes.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Manchester, New Hampshire) Turnout heavy in 4th ward. Polls shown.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Bedford Center, New Hampshire) Moderate turnout in other places. 50% turnout could be bad for Ford.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Manchester, New Hampshire) Ford campaign volunteers work to get vote out. [VOLUNTEER - calls possible voter to remind him to vote and see if he has ride.] Reagan workers don't telephone. Weather mice.
REPORTER: Tom Brokaw

(Studio) 4 liberal Democrats and 1 moderate Democrat, Carter, running. Felt Carter will get most votes.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(New Hampshire) Senator Birch Bayh would like to win over liberals, but would settle for 2nd place. Fred Harris and wife campaign from camper. He hopes for strong showing; to run out of money next week Sargent Shriver concentrated on New Hampshire Catholic vote. Representative Morris Udall thinks he'll come in 2nd overall; to be top liberal candidate. Carter campaigned here for 10 mos.; has strong organization
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Studio) There are write-in campaign efforts for: Senator Hubert H. Humphrey, John Connally and Senator Henry "Scoop" Jackson.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

Brokaw, Tom;
Chancellor, John

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