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Campaign 2004 / Super Tuesday / Kerry #749816

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Mar 02, 2004
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) The victories by Senator John Kerry in nine of the Super Tuesday states while Howard Dean won Vermont reported; vote statistics cited. [Candidate Senator John EDWARDS - congratulates Kerry.] [KERRY - promises to win.]

(Atlanta: Kelly Wallace) Tomorrow's official announcement from Edwards that he will end his race noted.

(Washington: Candy Crowley) The promises of a fight from Kerry against President Bush noted.

(Washington: John King) Bush's gearing up for a race against Kerry noted.

(Studio: Aaron Brown; Atlanta: Bill Schneider) The findings of CNN's Super Tuesday exit polls discussed; statistics cited to indicate that Democrats like both Kerry & Edwards.

(Studio: Aaron Brown; Atlanta: Jeff Greenfield) The pivotal moments for the Kerry campaign, including the hiring of Mary Beth Cahill as campaign manager, the key ads, the voters' view of Dean in Iowa & New Hampshire, discussed.

(Studio: Aaron Brown) The vote in California on a bond issue promoted by Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger noted.

Reporter(s):
Brown, Aaron;
Wallace, Kelly;
Crowley, Candy;
King, John;
Schneider, Bill;
Greenfield, Jeff
Duration:
00:13:20

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