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November 4, 1990
I regret that The Times staff writer Mayerene Barker did not interview me before writing her profile on the 21st Congressional District race. If she had, I could have prevented her from making some totally erroneous assumptions concerning my campaign. I am not at all "complacent" about my reelection campaign--I am well aware that the voters of my district have the final say in who will represent them. The reason I have been unable to mount an aggressive campaign is that until the current budget debate and other important legislative business is resolved, my primary responsibility is to remain in Washington to represent my constituents.
January 13, 2001 | ROY JURGENS
QUARTERBACKS ADVANTAGE: MINNESOTA The Giants' Kerry Collins resurrected his career with a fine season, but it's hard to argue against the Vikings' Daunte Culpepper. The 255-pounder threw for 33 touchdowns, rushed for seven and was named to the Pro Bowl in his first season as a starter. RUNNING BACKS ADVANTAGE: TIE Tiki Barber and Ron Dayne deliver a solid 1-2 punch for the Giants. However, neither has the game-breaking ability of the Vikings' Robert Smith.
March 12, 2003 | Tim Brown, Times Staff Writer
Phil Jackson has hesitated comparing Kobe Bryant to Michael Jordan, even as Bryant has played well enough to at least initiate the arguments. The reason, Jackson said Tuesday, was that he made the same error early in his first season in Los Angeles, and Bryant snapped at him. In the retelling, Jackson was as strong in his praise of Bryant as he has ever been.
January 3, 1997
It didn't rain on our parade, but a light drizzle fell later during the Rose Bowl game, to the dismay of thousands of Midwestern snowbirds in the stands. The Ohioans came to California for a football victory, which they got, and a warm, sunny day, which they didn't. For five decades, Pasadena's parade and football classic have beckoned Midwesterners from the frigid environs of the Big 10 colleges.
November 5, 1988 | Clipboard researched by Kathie Bozanich and Susan Greene / Los Angeles Times. Graphics by Doris Shields / Los Angeles Times
A Times survey of 605 registered voters conducted Oct. 20-22 points up the sharp differences between Orange County Republicans and Democrats. Although both groups generally agree on the big issues facing the nation, there are wide gulfs in point of view when it comes to just about everything else--the effect of President Reagan's policies on minorities and voters themselves, the death penalty (though both sides strongly support it), abortion, U.S.
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