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Nightline: Vote 2004: Super Tuesday #749873

ABC Special for Tuesday, Mar 02, 2004

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A broadcast anchored by Ted Koppel (ABC) re: the results of today’s Super Tuesday primaries, including:

  • Results and analysis presented by Peter Jennings (ABC), Kate Snow (ABC), Dan Harris (ABC), and George Stephanopoulos (ABC).
  • Live discussions with Koppel, Democratic strategist Stanley Greenberg, political consultant Michael Murphy, and “Boston Herald” Washington Bureau Chief Andrew Miga re: the anticipated presidential election contest between Sen. John Kerry and President George W. Bush.
  • Taped segment with Jim Wooten (ABC), Democratic Presidential Candidates Sen. John Edwards and Sen. John Kerry, President George W. Bush, Cokie Roberts (ABC), former campaign chairman Scott Reed‡, author Ron Suskind, Republican National Committee Chairman Ed Gillespie‡, and Democratic National Committee Chairman Terry McAuliffe.
  • Taped segment with Dave Marash (ABC), Harvard University Professor Rebecca Mercuri, Carlos Campos of the “Atlanta Journal-Constitution”, Democratic pollster Dave Beattie, computer analyst Roxanne Jacote‡, electronic voting machine assembler Rob Bealer‡, Georgia Secretary of State Cathy Cox‡, and California Secretary of State Kevin Shelley‡.
  • Reporter(s):
    Jennings, Peter;
    Wooten, Jim
    Duration:
    00:44:00

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