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Washington Notebook (Senate / Women) #336193

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Nov 30, 1991
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Record number of women running for Senate featured. [Senate candidates Geraldine FERRARO, Dianne FEINSTEIN, Representative Barbara BOXER - make speeches.] Carol Mosley Braun, Elizabeth Holtzman, Jean Lloyd-Jones, Janet Napolitano said also running for Senate; photos shown. [National Women's Political Caucus Harriett WOODS - comments on glass ceiling for women in politics.] [FEINSTEIN, FERRARO - comment on traditional women's issues.] Anita Hill's accusations of sexual harassment against Clarence Thomas during his Senate confirmation hearings recalled; scenes shown of Hill and of women Representatives marching to the Senate on October 8. [BOXER - recalls what Senator told her.] Percentage of American voters who are women noted.

Schieffer, Bob

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