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House of Representatives / Nevada Race #609574

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Oct 26, 1996
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Las Vegas: Lisa Myers) The key reelection campaign of Nevada Representative John Ensign featured as an example of the Republicans' effort to maintain control of the House of Representatives; scenes shown from Las Vegas. [ENSIGN - says the AFL-CIO is the opponent; offers his view of the Contract with America.] [Democratic candidate Bob COFFIN - says he is running against Ensign, who follows Gingrich.] Ensign's shift on social issues mentioned.

(Studio: Brian Williams) Tomorrow's political guests on "Meet the Press" mentioned.

Reporter(s):
Myers, Lisa;
Williams, Brian
Duration:
00:02:40

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