Rep. Cleo Fields decides not to seek House seat

August 1996
Jet;8/05/96, Vol. 90 Issue 12, p22
Reports on Louisiana Representative Cleo Fields' decision not to seek re-election in the House or attempt to run for the Senate in 1996. Organization of a grassroots organization called Volunteers Organized to Encourage Registration (VOTER); Fields' achievements in Congress.


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