U.S. Reps. Eva Clayton And Melvin Watt Win In North Carolina Primaries

October 1998
Jet;10/05/98, Vol. 94 Issue 19, p8
Focuses on the victory of North Carolina's two Black United States House members, Democrats Eva Clayton and Mel Watt, in their primary challenges. Favoring of Clayton and Watts in the November 1998 elections; Who Clayton, the only Black woman to ever represent North Carolina in Congress, defeated and will face in the November election; Name of the candidate defeated by Representative Watt; Reference to the outcome in other primary challenges.


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