Lauch Faircloth

Duncan McLauchlin "Lauch" Faircloth , served as a Republican U.S. Senator from North Carolina. Wikipedia*

On the C-SPAN Networks:
Lauch Faircloth has 151 videos in the C-SPAN Video Library; the first appearance was a 1992 Debate as a U.S. Senate Candidate. The year with the most videos was 1995 with 34 videos. The year with the highest average number of views per program was 1996 with an average of 1,014 views per program. Most appearances with Alfonse M. D'Amato (5), Bob Dole (4), Newt Gingrich (4). Most common tags: North Carolina, Conservatives.

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U.S. Senator, R-NC View Map January 3, 1993 - January 3, 1999 Videos: 150 U.S. Senate Candidate,
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c. September 27, 1992 - c. January 7, 1993 Videos: 1 c. January 4, 1993 - c. January 4, 1993 Videos: 0

Recent Appearances

  • Midterm Election Coverage

    Midterm Election Coverage

    On election night, C-SPAN opened telephone lines for audience comments. Mr. Crawford and Ms. Foerstel analyzed the midterm…

  • North Carolina Senate Campaign

    North Carolina Senate Campaign

    Senator Faircloth was shown campaigning in North Carolina. Jesse Helms spoke on his behalf. In another segment John Edwards…

  • North Carolina Senate Campaign

    North Carolina Senate Campaign

    Footage was shown of Senator Faircloth and Mr. Edwards campaigning and speaking to their supporters.

  • Senate Session

    Senate Session

  • Republican News Conference

    Republican News Conference

    The senators made remarks and took questions about the investigation of the president and possible impeachment. The other…

  • Congressional Review

    Congressional Review

    Senator Faircloth talked with reporters about the investigation of the President.

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