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Campaign 1976 / Wisconsin and New York Primaries / Democrats / Pennsylvania #488154

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Apr 07, 1976
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(Studio) In Wisconsin Democratic primary, Jimmy Carter wins with 37%; 36% for Representative Morris Udall; 13% for Alabama Governor George Wallace, and 7% for Senator Henry Jackson. It looked like Udall won last night.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Milwaukee, WI) Carter holds up newspaper at 2:30 p.m. that said Udall won. [CARTER - says Democrat race narrowing down to him and Jackson.]
REPORTER: Don Oliver

(Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania) Carter visits Pennsylvania AFL-CIO convention Union members shout "we want Humphrey." [CARTER - says sometimes particular group of people prefer to live together; wouldn't want to disrupt natural inclinations of people. Doesn't want to insinuate racial discrimination.] Carter says reporters trying to make something out of nothing with regard to his ethnic remark.
REPORTER: Don Oliver

(Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania) Udall felt good about outcome of New York and Wisconsin primaries. He attends Pennsylvania AFL-CIO convention [UDALL - says Pennsylvania will be important primary.] He and Carter met privately. [UDALL - says beating Ford is more important than differences between him and Carter.] Udall to continue fight for president nomination.
REPORTER: Charles Quinn

(Studio) "Scoop" Jackson recs. 104 New York delegates. Udall recs. 70; 35 for Carter and 65 uncommitted. Re: total delegate support, Carter has 237; 166 for Jackson; 119 for Udall, and 104 for Wallace. Many uncommitted votes are for Senator Hubert H. Humphrey.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(NYC) Jackson's victory party moved outside when Jackson refuses to cross picket line of striking NBC technicians and newswriters. [JACKSON - says received landslide but missed major] Jackson did well in New York City and nearby, but not upstate. Jackson organization had cars to take voters to polls. [JACKSON - says Carter won states that will go Republican in November and Udall failed to win 2 "liberal" states, Massachusetts and New York.] Jackson stages fund raiser in Pennsylvania tonight. Jackson counts on Pennsylvania support from labor, `72 Hubert H. Humphrey supporters and Philadelphia Mayor Frank Rizzo.
REPORTER: Bob Jamieson

Chancellor, John;
Jamieson, Bob;
Oliver, Don;
Quinn, Charles

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