Super Tuesday: Election 2000 #1006045
CNN Special for Tuesday, Mar 07, 2000
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Live coverage and analysis for the results of the 2000 Democratic and Republican primary elections. Details describe the race between Senator McCain (R-AZ) and Governor George W. Bush (R-TX) as well as the race between Vice President Al Gore and Senator Bill Bradley (D-NJ).
Coverage is provided by anchors Jeff Greenfield, Judy Woodruff and Bernard Shaw, Senior White House Correspondent John King, correspondent Wolf Blitzer, and Senior Political Correspondent Candy Crowley.
Several correspondents are across the nation, including Jeanne Meserve at Bradley Headquarters in New York City, Chris Black at Gore Headquarters in Nashville, John King at McCain Headquarters in Los Angeles, and Candy Crowley at Bush Headquarters in Austin.
Analysis includes participation from CNN Political Analysts William Schneider, Tony Blankley, Stuart Rothenberg, and Mike McCurry, Media Analyst David Peeler, and Campaign Financial Analyst Dwight Morris.
During this hour, Republican primary races are called. Maine, Missouri, Ohio and Maryland are called for Bush, while Connecticut and Massachusetts are called for McCain. Meanwhile, in the Democratic races, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Maryland, Missouri and Ohio are called for Gore.
Coverage includes interviews with former Dole Campaign Manager Scott Reed and Pat Robertson.
- King, John;
- Blitzer, Wolf;
- Crowley, Candy;
- Meserve, Jeanne;
- Black, Chris
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