Election returns from all three networks. Bob Wilson with late return reports, CBS coverage from Walter Cronkite, Richard C.Hottelet, Leonard Hall predicts Eisenhower victory, H.V. Kaltenborn editorial on Eisenhower's victory, a report on the Jacob Javits Senate race, Stevenson concession speech.
Nelson Rockefeller defeats Averell Harriman for Governor of New York, Kenneth Keating wins a New York State Senate seat, Governor-Elect Nelson Rockefeller makes a statement on his victory over Harriman.
Heard both CBS and NBC TV coverage.
Election returns, coverage from all three networks, CBS, NBC, and ABC. The Huntley-Brinkley returns on NBC sponsored by Texaco, CBS coverage with Prescott Robinson sitting in for Robert Trout, and ABC coverage with John Daly. Huntley and Brinkley turn over their broadcast to Dave Garroway and Frank Blair at the "Today" show.
The NBC RCA 501 Computer says that the odds are 6.3 to 1 that John F. Kennedy will win the election. However, the ABC computer Univac predicts that Richard M. NIxon will win the election. For the first time computers are used to predict a Presidential Election via television coverage.
Election night returns. Lyndon Johnson wins an overwhelming victory over challenger Barry Goldwater and is re-elected President of the United States. Goldwater manages to capture only 52 of the electoral votes. Live coverage from all three networks and radio. Robert Kennedy defeats Kenneth Keating for the Senate seat from New York. Kennedy comments on the other races.
NBC-TV coverage of the Indiana primary returns.
Herb Kaplow reports on Richard Nixon's Nebraska campaign
Robert Kennedy has 45% of the Indiana vote, NBC News declares him the winner
Senator Eugene McCarthy is interviewed by Liz Trotter.
Anchors: Frank McGee and David Brinkley,
NBC election coverage, which continues until all major races are decided. At stake in this year's off-year election are all 435 seats in the House of Representatives, 34 seats in the Senate, and 35 Governorships. NBC will project winners in 54 key races for the House, where Democrats presently outnumber Republicans 248-187. NBC's team is anchored by John Chancellor and David Brinkley. Reporters are Tom Brokaw, Jim Hartz, Douglas Kiker, Edwin Newman, and Barbara Walters.
NINE HOURS and FIFTEEN MINUTES analysis and coverage of the 1976 Presidential Election returns from 7:45pm November 2nd to 5:00am November 3rd, 1976 form the three different networks, CBS, ABC, and NBC.
Races for the Presidency, the major governorship's, and House and Senate seats. Includes victory speeches by President-elect Jimmy Carter and Vice-President-elect Walter Mondale.
7:45 pm to 11:00 pm CBS coverage. Anchorman is Walter Cronkite. Commentary, Eric Sevareid. Reporters, Mike Wallace, Dan Rather, Roger Mudd, Lesley Stahl, Bruce Morton, and Bob Schieffer.
11:00 pm to 2:15 am ABC coverage. Anchor persons are Harry Reasoner, Barbara Walters, and Howard K. Smith. Reporters, Frank Reynolds, Ron Farmer, Ann Compton, Tom Jarriel, Sam Donaldson.
2:15 am to 5:00 am NBC coverage. Anchored by John Chancellor and David Brinkley. Reporters include Tom Brokaw, and Catherine Mackin.