Les AuCoin

Walter Leslie "Les" AuCoin , is an American politician and the first Democrat elected to the U.S. House of Representatives from since it was formed in 1882. The seat has been held by a Democrat ever since. Wikipedia*

On the C-SPAN Networks:
Les AuCoin has 148 videos in the C-SPAN Video Library; the first appearance was a 1984 House Proceeding as a Democratic Representative for Oregon's 1st district. The year with the most videos was 1989 with 32 videos. Most appearances with Bob Packwood (5), Vic Fazio (2), Barbara Boxer (2). Most common tags: Senate, Oregon, Abortion.

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Previously

U.S. Senate Candidate, Democratic Party
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c. January 1, 1992 - November 3, 1992 Videos: 6 U.S. Representative, D-OR 1st January 3, 1975 - January 3, 1993 Videos: 140

Recent Appearances

  • Senate Victory and Concession Speeches

    Senate Victory and Concession Speeches

    Excerpts from election night newscasts around the nation featured the victory or concession remarks of Senate candidates.

  • Oregon Senate Debate

    Oregon Senate Debate

    The candidates for the Oregon Senate race participated in a televised debate the Friday before election day. The two…

  • Oregon Senate Race

    Oregon Senate Race

    Cameras recorded Sen. Packwood and Rep. AuCoin as they campaigned for the Senate seat in Oregon. Sen. Packwood spoke to…

  • Oregon Senate Debate

    Oregon Senate Debate

    Mr. Westwood moderated the debate between the Senate candidates on issues of the Oregon campaign.

  • House Session

    House Session

    H.Res. 591: A resolution to waive the requirement of clause 4(b), rule eleven, against consideration of certain resolutions…

  • House Session

    House Session

    S 12: A bill to ensure carriage on cable television of local news and other programming and to restore the right of local…

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