ABC, courtesy of sponsor Pfizer, aired one of its occasional limited-commercial newscasts (23 min v CBS 19, NBC 20) on a heavy newsday when New Hampshire occupied 51% of the three-network newshole. Anchor Charles Gibson skipped a bus trip with a candidate in order to reminisce about his days as a political correspondent in the Granite State: "My favorite about New Hampshire politics comes from a candidate that I covered here in 1976, Morris Udall. He told the story of a voter that he talked with for about 20 minutes. They agreed on everything. 'So I have your vote?' said Udall. 'I do not know,' said the fellow. 'I have only met you twice.'"
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