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1980 Presidential Campaign / Dem. Party Maine Caucus #268752

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Feb 10, 1980
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(Studio) Delegates to Maine state convention to elect 22 delegates to Democratic National Convention said being elected in state caucus today.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(Augusta, ME) CBS News estimates of results of Maine caucus given. Current count of delegates given. [ME Kennedy campaign manager Peter MEADE - comments with regard to projections.] [Brown campaign manager Tom QUINN - says this is setback for Edward Kennedy.] [President Press Secretary Jody POWELL - compliments Kennedy campaign efforts and contrasts it with that of Carter.]
REPORTER: Bruce Morton

Dean, Morton;
Morton, Bruce

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