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From the supplier: Rep. Greg Laughlin’s prospects in the Texas GOP primary were boosted significantly when he obtained the backing of House Speaker Newt Gingrich and several state GOP leaders. A former Democrat, Laughlin had defected to the GOP in exchange for a seat on the House Ways and Means Committee. His opponent, Ron Paul, was not a particularly strong opponent but voters’ distaste for Laughlin ensured his victory in the primary.
Title: Paul vs. Laughlin. (Ron Paul’s campaign against Representative Greg Laughlin)
Author: David Beiler
Publication: Campaigns & Elections (Refereed)
Date: June 1, 1996
Publisher: Campaigns & Elections, Inc.
Volume: v17 Issue: n6 Page: p30(5)
Distributed by Thomson Gale
Paul vs. Laughlin. : An article from: Campaigns & Elections