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Business As Usual on Super Tuesday for Statehouse Democrats

March 7, 2000
By: Erin Guyer
State Capital Bureau
Super Tuesday victory plans varied along party lines in Jefferson City.

Erin Guyer has more from the Capitol.

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While Republicans planned victory celebrations in Jefferson City, Democrats around the Statehouse weren't hosting any parties. Southeast Missouri Representative Dan Ward said Democrats were focusing more on Statehouse activities than Missouri's presidential primary. Actuality:WARD1.WAV
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Contents: Representative Ward says he and other democrats are going to spend the evening in committee meetings, rather than attend any victory celebrations.

Democrats also expressed disappointment in the attention presidential candidates gave the Missouri primary.

From Jefferson City, I'm Erin Guyer.


Date:March 7, 2000

By: Erin Guyer

State Capital Bureau

Republicans and Democrats had differing victory plans as Super Tuesday came to a close in Missouri.

Erin Guyer has more from the Capitol.

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While Republicans in Jefferson City arranged a victory celebration, Democrats lacked organized plans. Southeast Missouri Representative Dan Ward said committee meetings and other work around the statehouse dominated Super Tuesday activities for Democrats.

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Contents: Representative Dan Ward says the presidential primary is taking second seat to work within the Statehouse.

Democrats were dismayed by the level of attention presidential candidates gave the Missouri primary.

From Jefferson City, I'm Erin Guyer.