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Mark Russell Looks at Campaign '76-Part 2/5

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Uploaded on Jun 24, 2008

From "Mark Russell Looks at Campaign '76"--clips from Russell's Feb 1976 special. This was the first election of Mark Russell's comedy specials, and here he began his tradition of polling the audience; "If the election were held tomorrow...." Listen for the lone man who votes for George Wallace! See if you can name all of the 1976 candidates! He also talks about how Gerald Ford campaigns against abortion, even as his wife favors it. Medical records are addressed too, as he imagines the candidates being examined like in an army physical. The joke about Reagan is the best in this clip!

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