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Campaign 2000 (Primaries: Super Tuesday) #191407

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Mar 04, 2000
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(Studio: Elizabeth Vargas) Report introduced.

(Boston: Mike von Fremd) Senator John McCain's campaign against Texas Governor George W. Bush before the Super Tuesday primaries featured. [Bob Jones University president Bob JONES III - downplays banning interracial dating.] [McCAIN - says Bob Jones is now into the 18th century; accuses two of Bush's Texas cronies of hijacking the election.]

(Studio: Elizabeth Vargas) New Jersey Governor Christie Todd Whitman's endorsement of Bush noted.

(Binghamton, New York: John Yang) Bush's appeal to women in New York state featured; two Bush radio ads played. [Former presidential candidate Elizabeth DOLE - praises Bush's message.] [BUSH - campaigns about education.]

(Studio: Elizabeth Vargas) The Democratic primaries mentioned.

(New York: Jackie Judd) The final push by underdog candidate Bill Bradley featured; details given of his eleventh hour changes; television ads shown. [BRADLEY - campaigns for reform politics; mentions opponent Vice President Al Gore's '96 campaign.]

Judd, Jackie;
Vargas, Elizabeth;
Yang, John;
von Fremd, Mike

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