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Campaign 2000 (Iowa Caucuses: Bradley, McCain) #188909

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Jan 22, 2000
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(Studio: Elizabeth Vargas) Report introduced.

(Clinton, Iowa: Jackie Judd) Democratic presidential candidate Bill Bradley, back on track on the campaign trail in Iowa, featured; scenes shown. [BRADLEY - says he is "doing well;" campaigns.]

(Studio: Elizabeth Vargas) Vice President Al Gore's stop in Waterloo, Iowa, while Republican frontrunner Texas Governor George W. Bush campaigned in Davenport, Iowa, shown.

(Orangeburg, SC: Linda Douglass) Senator John McCain's campaign featured; scenes shown from the campaign trail in Orangeburg, SC. [McCAIN - hopes for the best; admits it has been a high-risk campaign; campaigns.]

(Studio: Elizabeth Vargas) Report introduced.

(Des Moines: George Stephanopoulos) McCain's decision not to campaign in Iowa assessed in light of the myth of the importance of winning in Iowa; details recalled of Jimmy Carter's surprise win in Iowa in '76. [In 1980, President George BUSH - campaigns in Iowa.] [Texas Governor GEORGE W. BUSH - says "big mo" did not work for his father.] [Drake University professor Hugh WINEBRENNER - says Iowa just shows which candidates are strong enough to go on.]

(Studio: Elizabeth Vargas) The debut Monday of the political Webcast for ABC News and the New York Times noted.

Douglass, Linda;
Judd, Jackie;
Stephanopoulos, George;
Vargas, Elizabeth

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