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Campaign `80 / New Hampshire Primary #64280

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 27, 1980
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(Studio) President Carter and Ronald Reagan reported winning New Hampshire primary; results listed on screen. Their respective victories over Edward Kennedy and George Bush discussed.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(Burlington, VT) Reagan's post-New Hampshire campaign in Vermont examined. [REAGAN - comments on Massachusetts, Vermont primaries.] Fin. problems of Reagan campaign outlined; ousting yesterday of his 3 campaign mgrs. recalled. Nancy Reagan quoted; films shown.
REPORTER: John Laurence

(Manchester, New Hampshire) Bush's loss in New Hampshire featured; films shown. [BUSH - comments on loss.] Bush said expected to win Massachusetts race; John Anderson, Howard Baker mentioned.

(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(Dunstable, Massachusetts) [BAKER - campaigns.] Baker and Anderson's strategy examined. [ANDERSON - comments.] Alternatives for Phil Crane and Robert Dole, re: primary losses, outlined. Support for Reagan from "Manchester Union Leader", Senator Gordon Humphrey noted. [Saturday, REAGAN - says he's paying for microphone.] Next week's showdown between Reagan and John Connally mentioned; Bush's hopes for Massachusetts cited.
REPORTER: Jim Wooten

(Studio) Upcoming items announced.

Hume, Brit;
Laurence, John;
Reynolds, Frank;
Wooten, Jim

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