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Republican Delegates / Pennsylvania / Mississippi #489303

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Jul 29, 1976
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(Studio) Pennsylvania delegates visit DC.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(DC) Ronald Reagan's running mate, Senator Richard Schweiker, talks to Pennsylvania delegation. [SCHWEIKER - notes publicity received by his becoming Reagan's Vice President] [Uncommitted switched to Ford James [sic] STEIN - says he couldn't support Reagan ticket any longer.] [Reagan delegate Newton TAYLOR - can live with Schweiker if Reagan thinks that is the best move.] Delegates meet at White House for cocktail and hors d'oeuvres. Pennsylvania delegates haven't changed positions much.

(Studio) Mississippi Republican chairperson Clarke Reed endorsed President Ford. Reagan and Schweiker to visit Mississippi Wednesday Schweiker to visit South Carolina tonight. NBC estimates Ford has 1112 delegates; 1032 for Reagan, and 115 uncommitted. Ford to visit Mississippi Friday
REPORTER: John Chancellor

Chancellor, John;
Hart, John

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