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Campaign `80 / Primaries #67448

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Sep 10, 1980
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Max Robinson

(DC) Jacob Javits' loss of New York Senator primary to Alfonse D'Amato reported Javits, still having Liberal party endorsement, said remaining in race. Democrat winner Elizabeth Holtzman, defeating Bess Myerson and John Lindsay, said needing the type of voters Javits will attract. James Buckley's win of Connecticut Senator primary over Christopher Dodd; Mary Buchanan's over Bo Callaway in Colorado in race against Gary Hart; Richard Stone and Bill Gunter's runoff race in Florida; victories for Jake Garn, Barry Goldwater, Paul Laxalt, Gaylord Nelson, John Durkin reported Results of races involving Abscam-linked Representatives John Murphy and Richard Kelly reported; Javits noted wanting Republican friends to campaign for him.
REPORTER: Brit Hume (KTSP film/tape)

Hume, Brit;
Robinson, Max

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