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1980 Presidential Campaign / Democrats #269267

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Mar 01, 1980
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(Studio) Said to be 20 primaries and caucuses in March (sic). Massachusetts primary said 1st. Importance of Massachusetts primary to Geo Bush and Edward Kennedy stated.
REPORTER: Bob Schieffer

(Boston, Massachusetts) Carter campaign activity in Massachusetts said making Kennedy camp nervous. [City Councillor Ray FLYNN - talks about Kennedy campaign] [State rep. Mel. KING - criticizes Kennedy role in ouster of black senator Edward Brooke.] Blacks and Catholic dissatisfaction with Kennedy described. State House Speaker Thomas McGee's support of Carter announced. Govt. funds for McGee's hometown of Lynn, Massachusetts, noted. [State representative Barney FRANK - talks about Carter's use of federal funds.]
REPORTER: Jerry Landay

Landay, Jerry;
Schieffer, Bob

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