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Campaign 1976 / 6 Primaries / Ford / Reagan #488420

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, May 26, 1976
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(Studio) President Ford wins Kentucky, Oregon and Tennessee primaries.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(San Jose, California) Ford campaigns in California. [FORD - convinced he's the best ntl. candidate and the only Republican who can beat any Democrat]
REPORTER: John Chancellor (narrates)

(Studio) Ronald Reagan wins Arkansas, Idaho and Nevada primaries; he received more delegates than Ford.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Anaheim, California) Reagan lacks campaign momentum now. He needs California victory on June 8. Speaks to police officers convention [REAGAN - favor death penalty.] Aides feel California win would deny Ford a 1st ballot nomination.
REPORTER: Catherine Mackin

(Studio) Ford has total of 779 delegates; 637 for Reagan and 153 uncommitted.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

Chancellor, John;
Mackin, Catherine

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