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Campaign 1976 / Michigan Primary #488311

NBC Evening News for Monday, May 17, 1976
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(Studio) Representative Morris Udall campaigns in Michigan for support to beat Carter. If President Ford loses in Michigan, his chances for president could be ruined. Ford shakes his own daughter's hand in Michigan.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Michigan) Veterans of Foreign Wars hall in Macomb Cnty. featured. [Democrat John SALERA - says he'll vote for Reagan to get Ford out.] [Democrat Alex CHISHOLM - says he voted for Wallace in `72; will vote for Reagan now.] Crossover voting allowed in Michigan. [Auto WORKER - says crossover voting can get Ford out of office.] [2nd auto WORKER - says Ford embarrassed United States with Nixon pardon. Michigan can embarrass Ford by letting him lose his home state's primary.] [3rd auto WORKER - says group will vote Democrat in November] Wallace carried Macomb Cnty. and Michigan in 1972.

Chancellor, John;
Hart, John

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