November 1976
Time;11/1/1976, Vol. 108 Issue 18, p37
The article reports on who is leading between Jimmy Carter and incumbent President Gerald R. Ford in several states for the 1976 presidential election. It notes that while the end of the presidential campaign is fast approaching, candidate Jimmy Carter continues to lead, but both sides are shivering knowing the eleventh-hour blunder can cost them the seat for presidency. It notes that Carter leads in Maryland, Massachusetts, New York, Rhode Island and Washignton D.C. It mentions that voters from New Jersey and Pennsylvania, two of the three largest electoral states in the east, still prefer Carter for presidency. On the other hand, President Ford still holds hope into New Hampshire and Vermont. In Maine, upon endorsement from independent Governor James Longley, now leans to the President.


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