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Campaign `80 / Primaries #510773

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, May 07, 1980
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(Studio) No. of delegates held by Jimmy Carter and Edward Kennedy after yesterday's primaries listed on screen.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(DC) [Representative Thomas O'NEILL, Junior - says Carter has apparently won.] O'Neill's support for Kennedy remaining in race noted; reaction at Kennedy headquarters cited. campaign.'s future noted hinging on upcoming primaries; details given, map shown Strengths and weaknesses of Kennedy's campaign outlined.
REPORTER: Chris Wallace

(Studio) Ronald Reagan's gain over George Bush in delegate count detailed on screen.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Baltimore,MD) Bush's commitment to continue campaign examined; films shown. [BUSH - comments on campaign] His plans for Michigan, Oregon and California outlined; Bush's rejection of Vice President status noted.
REPORTER: Carole Simpson

Chancellor, John;
Simpson, Carole;
Wallace, Chris

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