Michael Hicks, Debe Campos-Fleenor and Jen Darland address allegations.
Democratic presidential candidate Jimmy Carter emphasizes a point as he speaks during his debate with President Gerald Ford at the Palace of Fine Arts Theater, Wednesday, Oct. 6, 1976, San Francisco, Calif. (AP Photo)
President Gerald Ford, right, emphasized a point during his second debate with Jimmy Carter, left, at Palace of Fine Arts Theater, Wednesday, Oct. 6, 1976, San Francisco, Calif. (AP Photo)
President Gerald Ford, right, and Jimmy Carter shake hands before they started their debate at the Palace of Fine Arts Theater, Wednesday, Oct. 6, 1976, San Francisco, Calif.
There were no presidential debates between 1960 and 1976. During one of these three debates Ford said, "There is no S…
Former Pres. Jimmy Carter, center right, and Rosalynn Carter, center left, wave from the podium during a visit to the site of Democratic National Convention at The Omni, Saturday, July 16, 1988, Atlanta, Ga. It was in 1976 that the Carters stood at the podium of the Democratic National Conve…
Democratic presidential nominee Walter Mondale, left, and his wife Joan Mondale acknowledge the cheers of the Democratic National Convention after their nomination vote, Wednesday, July 19, 1984, San Francisco, Calif. (AP Photo)
Sen. John Glenn, D-Ohio, one of the keynote speakers at opening of the Democratic National Convention, responds to greetings on floor of Madison Square Garden, Monday, July 12, 1976, New York. (AP Photo/Bob Daugherty)
Vice President Walter Mondale, right, and his wife Joan Mondale wave to the Democratic Convention where he accepted his partys nomination for Vice President, Thursday, Aug. 14, 1980, New York. (AP Photo)
Here is a characteristic pose of Sen. Alben Barkley, of Kentucky, who last night sounded a ringing praise for The New Deal and a scorching denunciation of Republican policies in his keynote address to the Democratic National Convention, June 24, 1936, Philadelphia, Pa. (AP Photo/GRS)
Sen. Alben Barkley, of Kentucky, right, waves to cheering delegates as he appears on speakers rostrum to deliver keynote address at the Democratic National Convention, July 12, 1948, Philadelphia, Pa. The man on the left is unidentified. (AP Photo)