Election Results #1012320
ABC Special for Tuesday, Nov 02, 2004
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Live ABC coverage and analysis of the results of the 2004 presidential, congressional, and state elections.
Local coverage is provided by Nashville anchors Victoria Hansen and Bob Mueller, correspondent Scott Froelich, correspondent Chris Bundgaard at local Bush Headquarters, correspondent Mike Browning at local Kerry headquarters, and correspondent Melissa Penry.
National coverage is provided by anchor Peter Jennings, political analyst George Stephanopoulos, correspondent Jake Tappert, NBC political director, Mark Halperin, Ted Koppel at Kerry Headquarters in Boston, Massachusetts, Correspondent Terry Moran at the White House, John Quinones in Miami-Dade County, Florida, and correspondent Kate Snow.
Analysis is provided by former mayor of New York City, Rudolph Giuliani, journalist George Will, Cokie Roberts, Fareed Zakaria, and former Senator Bob Kerrey (D-NE).
During this hour, North Dakota, South Dakota, Wyoming, Kansas, Nebraska, Texas, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Alabama, and Oklahoma are declared for President George W. Bush, while Delaware, Connecticut, Maine, New Jersey, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, New York, Rhode Island, and the District of Columbia are called for Senator John Kerry (D-MA).
The following Senate races are called: Illinois for Barack Obama (D), Missouri for Kit Bond (R), Alabama for Richard Shelby (R), Connecticut for Chris Dodd (D), New Hampshire for Judd Gregg (R), and Maryland for Barbara Mikulski (D), Ohio for George Voinovich (R), Arizona for John McCain (R), Wisconsin for Russ Feingold (D), New York for Charles Schumer (D), Kansas for Sam Brownback (R), North Dakota for Byron Dorgan (D), Oklahoma for Tom Coburn (R), and Arkansas for Blanche Lincoln (D).
- Tappert, Jake;
- Froelich, Scott;
- Browning, Mike;
- Penry, Melissa;
- Bundgaard, Chris;
- Halperin, Mark;
- Koppel, Ted;
- Moran, Terry;
- Quinones, John;
- Snow, Kate
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