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Campaign `80 / Primaries #65835

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, May 06, 1980
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(Studio) Edward Kennedy and George Bush reported hoping for victory in Washington, DC primary today while Jimmy Carter and Ronald Reagan said confident of wins in Tennessee, IN and North Carolina; exit poll of IN voters said confirming front runners' lead.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(NYC) IN exit poll detailed on screen; issues noted include Iran crisis, rescue attempt, economy; standing of each candidate in poll outlined.
REPORTER: Lynn Sherr

(Studio) No. of delegates at stake in today's primaries mentioned; John Anderson's need for petitions of support noted.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(No location given) Support for Anderson said surprising even the cand. [May 1, ANDERSON - says skeptics are calling it impossible.] Massachusetts and Michigan success of Anderson with regard to getting name on November ballot detailed; number of electoral votes he's won so far, include those for New Jersey, reported Other targeted states shown on map; increase in contributions since Anderson's announcement as independent candidate noted. television producer Norman Lear mentioned as among his supporters; films shown. [ANDERSON - campaigns.] No. of electoral votes Anderson needs noted; John Quincy Adams' elect recalled thrown into House of Representative
REPORTER: Ann Compton

Reporter(s):
Compton, Ann;
Reynolds, Frank;
Sherr, Lynn
Duration:
00:03:40

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