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Politics / Republican Party #1117085

CNN Evening News for Monday, Nov 14, 1994
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(Studio: Jeanne Meserve) Report introduced.

(Washington: Bob Franken) Republicans’ plans for changes after the elections featured; scenes shown of Senator Robert Dole and Representative Newt Gingrich; details given about changes in the House, the challenge between Representatives Richard Gephardt & Charlie Rose† to be minority leader, and plans for a vote on the Contract with America conservative agenda. [Republican Transition Committee chairman Representative Jim NUSSLE†, GINGRICH, ROSE, Representatives Kweisi MFUME†, Richard ARMEY†– comment.]

(Studio: Jeanne Meserve) Plans by several Republicans, including Senators Arlen Specter† and Phil Gramm†, Dole, former Vice President Dan Quayle, former Housing Secretary Jack Kemp, and former Defense Secretary Dick Cheney, to consider a run for the presidency noted. [SPECTER – says the election has given the Republican Party an opportunity for long-term control of the Congress and a victory for the White House in 1996.] Senator Paul Simon’s decision not to seek re-election reported. [SIMON – explains his decision.]

Meserve, Jeanne;
Franken, Bob

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