Wins primary

May 1996
New York Amsterdam News;5/18/96, Vol. 87 Issue 20, p4
States that Harvey Gantt, a North Carolina candidate for the United States Senate, has won the May 5, 1996 primary. Gantt's challenge against Republican Senator Jesse Helms in November; Lost of primary by Gantt in 1994.


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