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"It Was a Hard Race"
"It Was a Hard Race"
"It Was a Hard Race"
The Honorable Barbara Boxer describes the challenges she faced during her first congressional campaign when she ran to replace Representative John Burton of California.
The Honorable Barbara Boxer, U.S. Representative and Senator of California
Kennedy Presidential Campaign: Part One
Kennedy Presidential Campaign: Part One
Kennedy Presidential Campaign: Part One
The Honorable John R. Lewis details his involvement in Senator Robert F. Kennedy's 1968 presidential campaign and the night Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was shot.
The Honorable John R. Lewis, U.S. Representative of Georgia
Kennedy Presidential Campaign: Part Two
Kennedy Presidential Campaign: Part Two
Kennedy Presidential Campaign: Part Two
The Honorable John R. Lewis explains his passion for Senator Robert F. Kennedy's presidential campaign and his decision to run for Congress after Senator Kennedy's death.
The Honorable John R. Lewis, U.S. Representative of Georgia
Learning the Ropes
Learning the Ropes
Learning the Ropes
The Honorable Deborah D. Pryce remembers learning how to find her way on the campaign trail.
The Honorable Deborah D. Pryce, U.S. Representative of Ohio
Learning to Campaign
Learning to Campaign
Learning to Campaign
The Honorable Nicola S. (Niki) Tsongas recalls the ways in which she helped her husband Paul Tsongas when he ran for Congress.
The Honorable Nicola S. (Niki) Tsongas, U.S. Representative of Massachusetts
"Looking After Your People"
"Looking After Your People"
"Looking After Your People"
Memories of Representative John Dingell, Sr., of Michigan campaigning in his district.
The Honorable John Dingell, Jr., U.S. Representative of Michigan and Son of Representative John Dingell, Sr., of Michigan
Negative Campaigning
Negative Campaigning
Negative Campaigning

The Honorable Mary Rose Oakar reflects on the discussions she had with other Representatives about negative campaign tactics used against women Members.

The Honorable Mary Rose Oakar, U.S. Representative of Ohio
Not an Obstacle
Not an Obstacle
Not an Obstacle
The Honorable Martha Elizabeth Keys shares her observations about the role of gender in her congressional campaigns.
The Honorable Martha Elizabeth Keys, U.S. Representative of Kansas
On the Campaign Trail
On the Campaign Trail
On the Campaign Trail
The Honorable Nancy Lee Johnson recalls campaign decorum in 1982.
The Honorable Nancy Lee Johnson, U.S. Representative of Connecticut
Only Woman in the Campaign
Only Woman in the Campaign
Only Woman in the Campaign
The Honorable Eva M. Clayton discusses the role of gender when running for elective office.
The Honorable Eva M. Clayton, U.S. Representative of North Carolina
Opposition Research
Opposition Research
Opposition Research
Rochelle Dornatt describes conducting opposition research for the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee in the 1980s.
Rochelle Dornatt, Chief of Staff, Representative Sam Farr of California
Red, White, and Blue
Red, White, and Blue
Red, White, and Blue

The Honorable Mary Rose Oakar provides information on campaign materials she used when she ran for public office.

The Honorable Mary Rose Oakar, U.S. Representative of Ohio