September 1976
National Review;9/3/1976, Vol. 28 Issue 33, p932
The article presents information on politics in the U.S. as of September 3, 1976. Delegates to the Republican National Convention in Kansas City, Missouri preferred Richard Schweiker, John Connally and Nelson Rockefeller as possible vice presidential nominees. Ralph Nader, Madalyn Murray O;Hair and Lester Maddox have expressed their support to Democratic presidential candidate Jimmy Carter. Republican Representative Phil Crane will be running against Democratic Representative David Evans for U.S. Congress in Indiana.


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