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Campaign 1976 / Carter #487947

NBC Evening News for Friday, Apr 02, 1976
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(Studio) Jimmy Carter says he's unbeatable in his quest for president nomination.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(No locations given) Since North Carolina primary, Carter has been in 30 towns and 6 states and DC. Carter's public appearances noted. He campaigns 19 hrs. day, 6 days per week Shown campaigning in New York and WI; he's entered in both primaries. [CARTER - notes what government can be like.]
REPORTER: Don Oliver

(WI) Carter hopes to knock liberal Rap. Morris Udall out of contest in WI.
REPORTER: Don Oliver

(New York) Carter faces Senator Henry Jackson in New York. He doesn't expect to win and complains of unfairness of New York election laws.
REPORTER: Don Oliver

Chancellor, John;
Oliver, Don

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