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Cong. Redistricting #280559

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Oct 20, 1982
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REPORTER: Dan Rather

(San Francisco, California) [Representatives Margaret HECKLER, Barney FRANK - debate voting records.] Heckler and Frank noted running for same district due to redistricting background to situation explained. [FRANK - claims Heckler is Reaganite.] [HECKLER - denies being bought.] Impact of redistricting ntlly. illustrated on screen; California situation cited. [Representative Phillip BURTON - expects to win.] Burton's sacrifice of district for brother who later decided to run noted. [BURTON - cites lesson he learned.] His race with state sen. Milton Marks discussed; Marks' commercial shown. [MARKS - thinks constituents are upset.] [BURTON - considers jobs primary concern.]
REPORTER: Bruce Morton

Morton, Bruce;
Rather, Dan

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