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Election 94: What's at Stake?
Aired 9/23/1994

The Democratically controlled Congress surrounding the election of 1994 is in danger of losing their majority of seats. It seems that the Republicans have the Democrats on ropes and that challengers have incumbents in a corner. How come?
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  Larry Sabato
    University of Virginia, author of Scandal-The Culture of Mistrust in American Politics
  Norman Ornstein
    resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute and author of ’The Broken Branch: How Congress is Failing America and How to Get it Back on Track’
  Catherine Rudder
    executive director of the American Political Science Association
  Eddie Williams
    president of the Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies

Originally Aired: 9/23/1994

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