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NBC Evening News for Thursday, Mar 25, 1976
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(Studio) Democratic candidates campaign in Wisconsin and New York. Fred Harris thinks administration preparing to blockade Cuba. Jimmy Carter and Rap. Morris Udall in WI. Senator Henry Jackson in New York. 1/3 of AFL-CIO executive council members endorsed Jackson. Udall has Wisconsin labor support.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(NYC) Jackson orgs. bring local labor leaders together. [Jackson Labor Coordinator Jack FLYNN - tell rank and file of Jackson's need for votes.] [AFL-CIO board member Edward CARLOUGH - says 1 of running candidates will get nomination, not Senator Hubert H. Humphrey. American Labor movement must go to Jackson.] Jackson shown at news conference with leaders of garment workers, longshoremen, seafarers, paper workers and others. Importance of union support noted.
REPORTER: Bob Jamieson

(Milwaukee, WI) Jackson to spend only 2 1/2 days here. [JACKSON - says union representatives can make difference in WI.] He feels he has 80% of Wisconsin labor leaders' support.
REPORTER: Bob Jamieson

(Janesville, WI) Liberal-labor coalition promises backing for Udall. Says his support comes from younger, more active mbrs., unlike Jackson's support.
REPORTER: Charles Quinn

Chancellor, John;
Jamieson, Bob;
Quinn, Charles

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