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All of the following contributed to Jimmy Carter's appeal (and eventual victory) as a presidential candidate in 1976 EXCEPT:
Having served as Governor of Georgia, he was a Washington D.C. "outsider" during the post-Watergate era.
He exemplified strong leaderships skills as the chairman of the House Judiciary Committee during the Watergate Scandal hearings.
He was the Democratic candidate after several years of a Republican Administration.
He conveyed a warm and caring personality as a candidate.
As a devout Southern Baptist, he conveyed a sense of honesty and morality during the post-Watergate era.