NBC Evening News for Monday, Jun 14, 1976
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(Studio) Senator Frank Church suspends his presidential campaign, endorses Jimmy Carter and urges his delegates to vote for Carter. Representative Morris Udall will seek no more delegates and says his are free to vote for Carter. Udall has no interest in Vice President post; Church does. Ex-Senator Fred Harris tells his delegates to support Carter. Carter visits New York Democratic delegation.
REPORTER: John Chancellor
(NYC) Carter meets with New York Democrats, incling. Governor Hugh Carey and ex-gov. Averell Harriman. [CARTER - appreciates all support; looking for united party] Carter meets with Udall. [UDALL - says won't be part of stop-movement, not seeking any delegates and will do everything to see that Democrats win in November] [CARTER - notes Democrat's unity.] Carter goes to Dallas, Texas, fund raiser and then continues his Georgia vacation.
REPORTER: Judy Woodruff
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