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Campaign `80 / Maryland and Nebraska Primaries / Anderson #65503

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, May 14, 1980
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(Studio) No. of delegates won by Ronald Reagan and Jimmy Carter in yesterday's primaries in Maryland and Nebraska listed on screen; number gained by George Bush and Edward Kennedy noted. Upcoming caucus in Utah and primaries in Michigan and Oregon mentioned.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(Studio) No. of Democrats voting uncommitted in Maryland primary cited; Percentage of MD and Nebraska votes received by John Anderson reported.
REPORTER: Max Robinson

(No location given) Anderson's political career examined; photos, films shown. His introduction of "Christ Resolution" and the continuing effect on his Pol. career noted; portion of resolution quoted on screen. [ANDERSON - regrets the amendment.] Anderson's position on abortion, ERA, gun control, military draft, defense spending, wage and price freeze, Kemp-Roth bill, Iran outlined. [ANDERSON - comments on econs., Jerusalem.]
REPORTER: Ann Compton

Compton, Ann;
Reynolds, Frank;
Robinson, Max

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