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Super Tuesday: Election 2000 #1011134

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 anchor Jim Moret, correspondent Jonathan Karl in Los Angeles, correspondent Pat Neal in New York City, and co-host of Crossfire, Bill Press.
  • Analysis includes participation from CNN Political Analysts William Schneider, Democratic strategist Bill Carrick, Bush supporter Representative David Dreier (R-CA), Art Torres, Chairman of the Democratic Party of California, and Dr. Bruce Herschensohn of Pepperdine University.
  • Reporter(s):
    Karl, Jonathan;
    Neal, Pat;
    Press, Bill
    Duration:
    01:00:00

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