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Congress / Elections / The New Congress #583987

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Nov 01, 1992
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(Studio: Garrick Utley) The new faces of Congress featured; statistics cited on the number of: retiring Representatives, losers in primaries, women running for the Senate and House, blacks and Hispanics running for House seats. The vulnerable Senators Robert Packwood, John Seymour, Robert Kasten, John Glenn, Arlen Specter, Alfonse D'Amato, Terry Sanford and Ernest Hollings listed. Representative Dan Rostenkowski's opponent noted listed on the ballot as Elias "Non-Incumbent" Zenkich!

(Capitol Hill: Odetta Rogers) The outlook for the new, 103rd Congress examined; details given of the challenges it will face, especially regarding the economy and health care. [Senators Robert DOLE, George MITCHELL, Representative Tom FOLEY - talk about what the next Congress will do.]

Rogers, Odetta;
Utley, Garrick

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