25Jan 11, 1998
In the newspaper roundtable, Ms. Echaveste and Mr. Keyes talked about current news stories of interest to them and took audience calls, faxes and electronic mail.
13Dec 6, 1997
Mr. Keyes talked about the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, his opposition to abortion and other issues. Mr. Keyes was a candidate for the Republican Party nomination for ...
26Dec 10, 1996
Former ambassador Keyes talked about his 1996 campaign for the Republican presidential nomination and the overall results of the election. He also talked about his perspectives on various ...
21Nov 3, 1996
Morality in U.S. Society
Former Republican presidential candidate Keyes talked about the upcoming presidential election and predicted a close race between President Clinton and Senator Dole. He thinks the Republican ...
4Sep 14, 1996
Road to Victory 96'
Mr. Keyes spoke about his perspectives on the 1996 presidential race. He emphasized that this election is not about President Clinton’s character but whether the American people have ...
48Feb 29, 1996
Republican Candidates Forum
Four Republican presidential candidates gathered at an events sponsored by the local Republican women’s club. They each spoke for about fifteen minutes on their agendas if elected ...
16Feb 29, 1996
Keyes Hunger Strike
After not being invited to a televised debate in South Carolina, Mr. Keyes announced that he would go on a hunger strike until the media responds more to his campaign. He urged his ...
11Feb 23, 1996
Keyes Campaign Speech
Republican presidential candidate Keyes talked about conservative policy issues.
27Feb 19, 1996
Candidates Pancake Breakfast
The Bisquick company sponsored a pancake breakfast attended by 500 to 1000 senior citizens. Republican candidates participated in a pancake flipping contest and spoke to the crowd.
40Feb 19, 1996
Monday New Hampshire Primary Journal
Current news events and political issues were examined through reviews of the morning newspapers; interviews with journalists, newsmakers and legislators; and viewer telephone calls, faxes and ...
30Feb 18, 1996
Mr. Keyes talked about his presidential campaign. He emphasized that Republican leaders have wrongly dismissed his moral agenda.
45Feb 16, 1996
Christian Coalition New Hampshire Rally
Republican presidential candidates and others spoke to Christian Coalition members about their ideas on social issues. Mr. Reed spoke to the group by telephone.
24Feb 15, 1996
Post-Debate News Conference
After the last televised debate before the New Hampshire primary, several all nine presidential candidates talked briefly with the media.
302Feb 15, 1996
New Hampshire Primary Debate
In the last debate before the New Hampshire primary, eight Republican candidates answered questions on various issues. Each candidate received 75 seconds for an opening statement, 90 seconds to ...
42Feb 12, 1996
Jan Mickelson Show
Republican presidential candidates talked to Mr. Mickelson and took questions from callers and C-SPAN viewers on the day of the Iowa caucus.
812Feb 10, 1996
Campaign to Protect Marriage Rally
Following their speeches, four Republican presidential candidates signed pledges to protect marriage between one man and one woman.
18Feb 9, 1996
Keyes Campaign Speech
Republican presidential candidate Keyes spoke to supporters in Iowa.
45Jan 27, 1996
Louisiana Republican Party Convention
The Louisiana Republican Party met to choose a candidate for U.S. Senate.
278Jan 13, 1996
Republican Presidential Candidates Debate
The Des Moines Register and Iowa Public Television sponsored a forum before a large audience for the Republican presidential candidates to debate campaign issues. The Iowa caucuses will ...
37Jan 7, 1996
New Hampshire Republican Fundraiser
Republican presidential candidates spoke to New Hampshire Republicans at a state party fundraiser. Each candidate was allowed eight minutes to speak. Senators Dole and Gramm and ...
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