33Dec 3, 1994
Coverage of the 104th Congress included a review of the week’s events on Capitol Hill, visits with Senator-elect Thomas and Senator Largent, and an interview with retiring Senate Majority ...
38Nov 29, 1994
Congressional Term Limits
The participants discussed the Supreme Court cases U.S. Term Limits v. Thornton and Bryant v. Hill, which tests the constitutionality of an Arkansas congressional term limits ...
56Nov 29, 1994
Republican senators and senators-elect met with reporters to discuss term limits and the legislative agenda for the 104th Congress.
79Nov 1, 1994
Texas gubernatorial and Washington senatorial campaign coverage included background information on the state and the candidates, the issues, and the status of the race.
209Oct 30, 1994
Maryland gubernatorial and Georgia gubernatorial and congressional campaigns coverage included background on the states and the candidates, the issues and the status of the races.
107Oct 2, 1994
New York gubernatorial and Maryland and Delaware senatorial campaign coverage included background information on the states and candidates, the issues and how the race is playing. Also campaign ...
49Sep 25, 1994
Texas senatorial and gubernatorial campaign coverage included background information on the state and candidates, the issues and how the races are playing. Also campaign commercials from a ...
71Sep 21, 1994
Agenda for the Republican Majority
Participants spoke to the press at a news briefing about perspective Republican candidates running in Senate races this fall.
13Sep 2, 1994
Missouri Senate Campaign Debate
Three candidates debated in the studios of KSPR-TV on such issues as the economy and governmental reform. They are trying to win the Senate seat of the retiring Senator Danforth.
323Aug 19, 1992
Republican National Convention
The third evening of the Republican National Convention focused on “family values,” and featured speeches on the importance of family by public officials and Republican party ...
114Aug 17, 1992
Republican National Convention AM Session
The morning session of the first day of the Republican National Convention in Houston, Texas, featured welcoming remarks from city and state officials, remarks from U.S. Senate candidates introduced ...
57Aug 15, 1992
Comparison of GOP and Democratic Platforms
Sen. Nickles, Rep. McCollum and Gov. Ashcroft, members of the Republican National Committee’s platform committee, spoke in a news conference in Astrohall in Houston to compare ...
15Aug 11, 1992
Republican Platform Hearing, A.M. Session
The Republican National Committee’s platform committee, made up of convention delegates and party leaders, debated issues and language to be included in the party’s platform during the ...
15Aug 11, 1992
Republican Platform Hearing, P.M. Session
The Republican National Committee platform committee continued to consider amendments to the party’s platform in preparation for the Republican National Convention in Houston the following ...
10Aug 4, 1992
At the closing plenary session, the main topic of discussion was education. Gov. Ashcroft, present chairman of the National Governors' Association, opened the session with a talk on the ...
5Aug 4, 1992
Gov. Ashcroft closed the final plenary session with his remarks and turned over his chairmanship to Governor Romer. Mr. Romer talked about his ambitions for the next year as chairman ...
2Aug 2, 1992
Mr. Ashcroft discussed the agenda of the annual meeting and the main theme of the meeting, education. He also commented on the attention Gov. Clinton has received at this session of ...
12Aug 2, 1992
Strategies to Foster Citizenship
The Executive Committee met to discuss the agenda for the following three days of the NGA meeting. The main themes of the committee meeting inc luded education, health care, and encouraging ...
20Jul 31, 1992
National Education Goals
The newly created National Education Goals Panel testified on setting national standards in certain subject areas.
4Jul 10, 1992
Republican Response to Democratic Proposals
Mr. Cambell and Mr. Ashcroft voiced their opinions on Clinton’s economic policy and selection of Senator Gore as the Democratic vice presidential candidate. After their opening ...
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