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November 1995
National Minority Politics;Nov95, Vol. 7 Issue 11, p31
Reports on Representative Bill Jefferson's decision to back out from the Louisiana governor's race and support fellow Representative Cleo Fields. Fields' pledge to support Jefferson for the 1995 open Senate race; Jefferson's decision as a big step toward solidifying the state's black vote.


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