Sheffner, Ben
October 1994
New Republic;10/10/94, Vol. 211 Issue 15, p10
Presents information on candidates for the 1994 U.S. congressional elections who have questionable background. Michael Blankenship of Texarkana, Texas; Richard Caligiuri of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Ernie Anderson of Fort Worth, Texas; Irwin Savodnik of Los Angeles, California; Barbara Gregg of Louisville, Kentucky; Bobbie Coray of Utah.


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