1968 PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES Richard Nixon, Eugene McCarthy, Robert Kennedy, Hubert Humphrey, and George Wallace run for president in the 1968 election. LBJ says: "I shall not seek and I will not accept the nomination for my party for another term as your president."
DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL CONVENTION 1964 Atlantic City, New Jersey hosts the Democratic National Convention. LBJ is the choice for the Democrats but speculation as to the vice president candidacy is a closely guarded secret while hopefuls arrive at the convention and LBJ talks to the press at the White House. Senator John 0. Pastore of Rhode Island delivers the convention keynote address.
DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL CONVENTION OF 1964 - 2 Senator Hubert Humphrey and Senator Eugene McCarthy arrive at the 1964 Democratic National Convention as possible candidates for Vice-President on the Lyndon Johnson ticket.
EUGENE MCCARTHY CAMPAIGN - HD Supporters applaud for Senator Eugene McCarthy as he comments on a sign displayed during his bid for the Democratic Party nomination for President. NOTE: Mastered from film to Apple Pro Res 4:2:2 HQ and uncompressed, 24P. Available in all HD and SD formats.
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