Alan Wheat

Alan Dupree Wheat is a politician from the state of Missouri. Wikipedia*

On the C-SPAN Networks:
Alan Wheat has 82 videos in the C-SPAN Video Library; the first appearance was a 1982 Public Affairs Event as a Democratic Representative for Missouri's 5th district. The year with the most videos was 1991 with 18 videos. Most appearances with Charles S. Robb (4), John Ashcroft (4), Mike DeWine (3). Most common tags: Commercials, Governor, Legislative Branch.

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Previously

Representative, Clinton (William J.) Presidential Campaign c. August 17, 1996 - c. January 1, 1983 Videos: 2 U.S. Representative, D-MO 5th View Map January 3, 1983 - January 3, 1995 Videos: 79

Recent Appearances

  • Young Democrats Session

    Young Democrats Session

    Members of Congress and others talked to Young Democrats in a campaign training session. Rep. Fields took questions from the…

  • Lesbian and Gay Political Convention

    Lesbian and Gay Political Convention

    In the first national political convention for gay citizens, several administration officials, gay and lesbian activists and…

  • Campaign Almanac

    Campaign Almanac

    Maryland gubernatorial and Georgia gubernatorial and congressional campaigns coverage included background on the states and…

  • Campaign Almanac

    Campaign Almanac

    New York gubernatorial and Maryland and Delaware senatorial campaign coverage included background information on the states…

  • Campaign Almanac

    Campaign Almanac

    Texas senatorial and gubernatorial campaign coverage included background information on the state and candidates, the issues…

  • Presidential Support for Wheat

    Presidential Support for Wheat

    President Clinton spoke at a campaign rally for Representative Alan Wheat. The President took the opportunity to address…

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