Dole vs. Mondale: The 1976 vice presidential debate

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The 1976 presidential cycle featured former Georgia Gov. Jimmy Carter, the Democratic nominee, and incumbent President Gerald Ford, a Republican. The vice presidential debate consisted of Sen. Walter Mondale of Minnesota, a Democrat, and Sen. Bob Dole of Kansas, a Republican.

The vice presidential debate was a 75-minute discussion on all topics. Moderated by James Hoge of the Chicago Sun Times, with questions posed by a panel of journalists, it took place on October 15,1976, in Houston.

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