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Campaign 1976 / Nebraska Primary / Republicans #488212

NBC Evening News for Monday, May 10, 1976
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(Studio) There are 11 Democratic candidates in Nebraska primary. Race between Carter and Senator Frank Church most important.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Nebraska) Nebraska is conservative agriculture state. Ford's recent visit to Omaha shown. Many farmers haven't forgiven Ford for 1975 embargo on grain sales to USSR . Ford political ad featuring Senator Roman Hruska shown. Nebraska is headquarters for Strategic Air Command Defense big issue. Ronald Reagan attacks administration policy and pledges to get rid of Secretary of State Henry Kissinger. [REAGAN - wouldn't appointed Kissinger.] Ford radio commercial featuring Senator Barry Goldwater played. Reagan supporters appear ahead of Ford organization with regard to delegate campaign. Reagan commercial played.
REPORTER: Tom Brokaw

Brokaw, Tom;
Chancellor, John

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