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The '80 Vote: The Massachusetts Vermont Primaries #656849

ABC Special for Tuesday, Mar 04, 1980

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  • Live ABC news special report covering the results of the Massachusetts and Vermont primaries, as well as the ongoing Iran hostage crisis, hosted by Frank Reynolds. With reports and analysis from Lynn Sherr, James Wooten, Barbara Walters, Barry Serafin, Sander Vanocur, Tom Jarriel, John McKenzie, John Lawrence, Brit Hume, Hal Bruno, and Sam Donaldson.
  • Live footage of interviews with Representative John Anderson and Ronald Reagan.
  • Taped footage of a statement from Representative John Anderson.
  • Taped footage of interviews with Gerald Ford, Bill Taylor, Senator Edward Kennedy, and George Bush.
  • Reporter(s):
    Vanocur, Sander;
    Sherr, Lynn;
    Wooten, James;
    Walters, Barbara;
    Serafin, Barry;
    Jarriell, Tom;
    McKenzie, John;
    Lawrence, John;
    Hume, Brit;
    Bruno, Hal;
    Donaldson, Sam

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