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Special (Oregon) #488400

NBC Evening News for Monday, May 24, 1976
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(Studio) President primaries to be held Tuesday in Arkansas, Kentucky, Tennessee, NV', Idaho and OR. Report on OR.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(OR) Oregon scenery shown. People of exertion live here. high school nodk political conv. held. Value of voting high here. There are 10 Democrats on president ticket. [California Governor Edmund BROWN JR. - knows it's hard to get write-in votes.] Brown organization instructs voters on write-in procedure. [BROWN - tells OR voters he's signed bill to reduce ant. of water used by California residents in flushing toilets.] [Senator Frank CHURCH - feels at home in OR.] Jimmy Carter triples his campaign time in OR. [CARTER - says there is more competition in OR.] Oregon anecdote related. [WOMAN - says Oregonians are thinkers.] [MAN - says Oregonians are meditative and thoughtful.] [2nd MAN - says most Oregon Democrats are independent.] [2nd WOMAN - cites OR voters' independence.] [3rd MAN - says Oregonians are mavericks.] Since primaries began, each man who went to White House, won Oregon primary 1st.
REPORTER: John Hart

Reporter(s):
Chancellor, John;
Hart, John
Duration:
00:04:20

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