WBBM-TV News: Election Coverage

2000 Chicago Election Coverage

0:22Copy video clip URL Carol Marin shares 2000 primary election results. Low voter turnout

1:23Copy video clip URL Hours before polls close US Congressmen Crane releases a statement of 30 day leave for the purposes of substance abuse treatment. 

2:07Copy video clip URL Pope John Paul II.

3:58Copy video clip URL Bobby Rush interviewed. He acknowledged his biggest challenger Barack Obama did well in the race. He admits it was one of the toughest races, when he ran for mayor the people saw him as susceptible for attack. Three months later he lost his bid for mayor.

6:00Copy video clip URL Bobby Rush interviewed post election results. 

7:57Copy video clip URL Kirk wins district 10, 5 million spent in campaigns.

8:34Copy video clip URL David Kerley covers Kirk headquarters. Kirk interviewed.

11:50Copy video clip URL Live coverage of Rush headquarters.

14:42Copy video clip URL IL Supreme Court, District 2 candidate results. 

15:17Copy video clip URL Committeeman 47th ward results. 

15:45Copy video clip URL Mike Flannery and John Callaway, political editors discuss the meaning of results. 

19:05Copy video clip URL Working Chicagoans interviewed about what they believe are the most pressing issues.

24:15Copy video clip URL Clinton Anti-smoking campaign. Supreme court rules 5 to 4, FDA lacks authority to regulate the tobacco industry. 

27:01Copy video clip URL Asking civilians both young and old about Chicago’s most pressing issues. 

46:21Copy video clip URL Lauren Beth Gash, Kirk’s opponent, interviewed. 

54:33Copy video clip URL Mike Flannery and John Callaway continued. 

57:13Copy video clip URL Betty Loren-Maltese interviewed. 

1:09:27Copy video clip URL Laura Washington, Mike Flannery and John Callaway give final thoughts.

1:11:15Copy video clip URL End of tape.







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