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California / Senate Race #596685

NBC Evening News for Friday, Oct 07, 1994
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(Los Angeles: Tom Brokaw) The cost of the California Senate race between incumbent Dianne Feinstein and oil millionaire Representative Michael Huffington examined; excerpts from television ads shown. [On "Larry King Live", FEINSTEIN, HUFFINGTON - debate his finances and his wife.] [HUFFINGTON, FEINSTEIN - talk politics.] [President CLINTON - campaigns for Feinstein.] The background of the candidates's wife Arianna Huffington detailed. [Common Cause Fred WERTHEIMER - says the cost of a Senate seat in California has become ridiculous.] The fact that one hundred million will spent on two jobs: one California Senate seat and the governorship.

Brokaw, Tom

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