Presidential Election results show Kennedy in the lead and Nixon delivers a speech pledging his support to Kennedy in the U.S.
United States USA Date:1960 Duration:2 min 36 sec Sound:Yes
The 1960 Presidential Election in the United States. A television broadcast showing Presidential candidate John F. Kennedy's lead in the Presidential Election. A correspondent recording figures on a sheet of paper. The returns in a tabulating machine checked by Kennedy's press secretary. The interiors of the press headquarters of the Democratic Presidential candidate in Massachusetts. Men and women viewing a television. The television commentator announces that Republican Presidential Richard Nixon is about to make a statement. A clock showing 3.20 AM. Richard Nixon with his wife Pat Nixon in California, standing behind a podium in front of a tally board which shows Presidential Election summary. Nixon waves at the crowd. His speech being broad casted on television. Richard Nixon says that if Kennedy goes on to win the election and becomes the President of the United States then Kennedy will have his whole hearted support. The crowd cheering and applauding. Nixon waving at the crowd. Men and women going out of a building. Vacant chairs in the Republican Party headquarters. A tally board showing figures of the election results. A few men and women in the headquarters.
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