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Campaign `80 / Primaries #272709

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Sep 10, 1980
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(Studio) Results of major primaries yesterday, include Jacob Javits' defeat by Alfonse D'Amato, Elizabeth Holtzman's win, necessity of Richard Stone to enter runoff, James Buckley win in Connecticut reported Javits said appearing on November ballot as Liberal party cand.; John Anderson mentioned.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(NYC) Javits' defeat, as it relates to President Carter's reelec. efforts, examined; films shown. [JAVITS - announces candidacy on Liberal party ticket.] Probability that Liberal party in New York will run John Anderson rather that President Carter on ballot and its possible impact on voters noted. [ANDERSON - comments on Javits.] [D'AMATO - comments.] Holtzman's ability to attract votes for Carter considered; impact on presidential race of votes for Javits explained. Carter's showing here in 1976 recalled.
REPORTER: Jeff Greenfield (WCBS-TV newstape)

(Studio) Abscam indictments against Representatives Richard Kelly and John Murphy reported affecting their showing in yesterday's primaries; details given. Beginning of series of reports, "Campaign Countdown", tonight announced.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

Cronkite, Walter

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