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February 19, 1999 | Associated Press
Democratic U.S. Sen. Richard H. Bryan said Thursday he won't run for a third term, dealing the second blow in two days to his party's hopes of retaking control of the Senate in 2000. Bryan, 61, said it was "time to come home" and "experience different challenges." A key factor in the decision, Bryan said, was that he and his wife's three children will become parents this year. On Wednesday, Sen. Frank R.
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February 19, 1999 | Associated Press
Democratic U.S. Sen. Richard H. Bryan said Thursday he won't run for a third term, dealing the second blow in two days to his party's hopes of retaking control of the Senate in 2000. Bryan, 61, said it was "time to come home" and "experience different challenges." A key factor in the decision, Bryan said, was that he and his wife's three children will become parents this year. On Wednesday, Sen. Frank R.
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September 3, 1986 | From Associated Press
Former Atlanta Councilman John Lewis scored a dramatic come-from-behind victory Tuesday over Julian Bond in a Georgia Democratic congressional runoff that turned the longtime civil rights allies into bitter rivals. In Florida, Sen. Paula Hawkins easily captured the Republican nomination for a second term, and Democratic Gov. Bob Graham won the right to challenge her.
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October 28, 1991 | SARA FRITZ and DWIGHT MORRIS, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
The wealthy trial lawyers who paid $1,000 each to attend a swanky San Diego fund-raiser Sept. 21 were understandably awed by the impressive lineup of top politicians assembled there: Senate Majority Leader George J. Mitchell (D-Me.), four other Democratic senators and five leading Senate candidates from California. The host of this unusually high-powered gathering was William S.
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October 28, 1991 | SARA FRITZ and DWIGHT MORRIS, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
The wealthy trial lawyers who paid $1,000 each to attend a swanky San Diego fund-raiser Sept. 21 were understandably awed by the impressive lineup of top politicians assembled there: Senate Majority Leader George J. Mitchell (D-Me.), four other Democratic senators and five leading Senate candidates from California. The host of this unusually high-powered gathering was William S.
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March 25, 1989 | From United Press International
President Bush announced Friday that he is nominating former Nevada Sen. Chic Hecht to be ambassador to the Bahamas. Hecht was defeated in November by Nevada's Democratic Gov. Richard H. Bryan.
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September 8, 1995 | EDWIN CHEN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Sen. Bob Packwood (R-Ore.), isolated from even his strongest defenders in the Senate, bowed to mounting demands for his ouster and tearfully announced Thursday that he intends to resign rather than bring further disgrace to an institution that has been his life for 27 years. "It is the honorable thing to do," Packwood said in his late afternoon announcement on the Senate floor that ended efforts to expel him.
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May 29, 1985 | Associated Press
Drunk drivers who cause deaths on Nevada roads can face up to 20 years in prison under a bill signed into law today by Gov. Richard H. Bryan. The maximum penalty had been six years behind bars.
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August 7, 1993
Six Senate Democrats joined all 44 Republicans in voting against President Clinton's economic plan Friday night. The Democrats voting no were David L. Boren, Oklahoma; Richard H. Bryan, Nevada; J. Bennett Johnston, Louisiana; Frank R. Lautenberg, New Jersey; Sam Nunn, Georgia, and Richard C. Shelby, Alabama.
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October 6, 1995 | Associated Press
Sens. Richard H. Bryan of Nevada and Barbara A. Mikulski of Maryland, two of the three Democrats on the Senate Ethics Committee, will leave the panel as soon as replacements are found. Aides said Wednesday that the two are leaving after the grueling investigation of former Sen. Bob Packwood (R-Ore.) because they believe they have served long enough.
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September 3, 1986 | From Associated Press
Former Atlanta Councilman John Lewis scored a dramatic come-from-behind victory Tuesday over Julian Bond in a Georgia Democratic congressional runoff that turned the longtime civil rights allies into bitter rivals. In Florida, Sen. Paula Hawkins easily captured the Republican nomination for a second term, and Democratic Gov. Bob Graham won the right to challenge her.
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November 5, 1986
Democratic Rep. Harry Reid captured the Senate seat of retiring Republican Paul Laxalt, defeating Jim Santini, former Democratic congressman who defected to the GOP. Gov. Richard H. Bryan, a popular Democrat, won easy reelection to a second, four-year term over outgoing state Treasurer Patty Cafferata. With 91% of the vote counted, Bryan was overwhelming his GOP challenger, 73% to 25%.
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