ABC Evening News for Thursday, Mar 27, 1980
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(Studio) Ronald Reagan said taking up Iran crisis during Wisconsin campaign
REPORTER: Max Robinson
(No location given) Reagan's attitude towards attack on Jimmy Carter re: Iran noted. [REAGAN - says there were things that could have been done, that Carter's waiting for miracle; gives his ideas.] Apparent shift in campaign focus for Reagan due to probability of getting nomination noted.
REPORTER: Royal Kennedy
(Studio) Importance of delegates to Edward Kennedy's campaign, despite recent New Hampshire and Connecticut wins, noted.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds
(DC) Total delegates held by Kennedy and Carter outlined on screen; efforts necessary for Kennedy to win 1st round nomination examined.
REPORTER: George Strait
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