Guide to the Arlen Specter Senatorial Papers, Group 7. Campaign Files, 1976-2004 TJU.2010.01.07

ULS Archives & Special Collections

Summary Information

Repository
ULS Archives & Special Collections
Title
Arlen Specter Senatorial Papers, Group 7. Campaign Files
Creator
Specter, Arlen, 1930-2012
Collection Number
TJU.2010.01.07
Date
1976-2004
Extent
31.25 linear feet
Location
With the exception of selected photographic and memorabilia items located on display at the Arlen Specter Center's Roxboro House in Philadelphia, the collection itself is located at the University of Pittsburgh Library System's Archives Service Center in Pittsburgh. Due to the size of this collection, researchers are required to notify Pitt's Archives & Special Collections at least 24 hours in advance for use of this collection. Researchers interested in viewing archival materials in Philadelphia at the Arlen Specter Center are encouraged to contact Archives & Special Collections (www.library.pitt.edu/ask-archivist) or Special Collections-Gutman Library (slates@philau.edu) for further information.
Abstract
The Arlen Specter Senatorial Papers, Group 7. Campaign Files documents eight major campaigns in Specter's political career. Specter served as U.S. Senator from 1981 to 2011, making him the longest-tenured Pennsylvanian senator. This group contains camapign flyers, reports, correspondence, polling data, newsclips, opposition research, and memos.

Preferred Citation

Arlen Specter Senatorial Papers, Group 7. Campaign Files, 1976-2004, TJU.2010.01.07, Thomas Jefferson University (managed by the University of Pittsburgh Library System)

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Biography

Born in Wichita, Kansas, on February 12, 1930, Arlen Specter came to Pennsylvania to attend the University of Pennsylvania. He married Joan Levy in 1953, and graduated from Yale Law School in 1956. He became assistant district attorney in Philadelphia in 1959. In 1962, Specter was recommended to serve on the Warren Commission, assembled to investigate the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. As part of the Commission, he was responsible for co-authoring the proposal of the "single bullet theory," determining that one bullet struck both President Kennedy and Texas Governor John Connally. Specter ran for Philadelphia district attorney in 1965, switching his Party membership to Republican in order to unseat the incumbent Democrat. He was successful, and served as district attorney from 1966 to 1974.

After an initial failed run for Senator and then for Governor of Pennsylvania, Specter was elected to the U.S. Senate in 1980. He would stay in this position from 1981 to 2011, making him the longest-tenured senator in Pennsylvania's history. During this time, he was a member of a number of Committees: Judiciary (1981-2011; Chair, 2007-2007), Appropriations (1981-2011), Veterans Affairs (1981-2011; Chair, 1997-2001 and 2003-2005), Select Intelligence (1985-1991; 1995-1997; Chair, 1995-1997), Special Aging (1991-1995; 2007-2011), Governmental Affairs (1997-2001; 2003-2005), and Environment and Public Works (2001-2003; 2009-2011).

Though elected as a Republican, Specter was a moderate on many issues, including healthcare reform, immigration, and abortion. He would often cross party lines, such as in voting against the confirmation of President Ronald Reagan's nominee Judge Robert Bork to the Supreme Court in 1987. Specter would again come into the spotlight during a Supreme Court nomination process in 1991, for his cross-examination of Professor Anita Hill regarding her allegations against nominee Clarence Thomas. In 1999, he would vote against the charges brought against President Bill Clinton, giving an answer of "not proven" to reflect his belief that Clinton had not received a fair trial.

As Senator, Specter championed a number of causes and influenced many legislative areas. He was frequently a member of Congressional Delegation trips, particularly to the Middle East, where he would speak out on the cause of freedom from religious persecution and the importance of strong diplomatic relations. He was also a proponent of funding for medical research, including the use of stem cells. He advocated for strict crime laws, particularly for career criminals. His focus on benefitting Pennsylvania could be seen through the pursuit of grant funding opportunities and his attempt to prevent the closure of the Philadelphia Naval Shipyard in the 1990s.

With the worsening of Congressional partisanship in the late 2000s, Specter found himself frequently voting with his Democratic peers. After being one of only three handful of Republicans to vote for the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act in 2009, Specter found himself increasingly marginalized within his party. In April 2009, he returned to the Democratic Party, helping to ensure the passage of the Affordable Care Act. Seeking re-election in 2010, he was defeated in the Democratic primary by Joe Sestak.

Specter's 30-year tenure in the Senate concluded in January 2011. After leaving the Senate, he partnered with Philadelphia University (now Jefferson-East Falls) to establish the Arlen Specter Center for Public Service. In the fall of 2012, Specter, who had previously beaten Hodgkin's lymphoma in 2005 while serving as Chair of the Judiciary Committee, was diagnosed with cancer. He died on October 14, 2012, aged 82.

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Scope and Content Notes

The Arlen Specter Senatorial Papers, Group 7. Campaign Files comprises 25 boxes of material documenting eight major campaigns in Specter's political career. This includes documentation of all of his successful Senate runs (1980, 1986, 1992, 1998, and 2004), as well as his failed campaigns for Senate in 1976, Governor of Pennsylvania in 1978, and President in 1996. The group contains camapign flyers, reports, correspondence, polling data, newsclips, opposition research, and memos.

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Arrangement

Group 7 is arranged into eight series detailing information about Specter's campaigns for political office:

Series I. 1976 Senatorial Campaign, 1976

Series II. 1978 Gubernatorial Campaign, 1978

Series III. 1980 Senatorial Campaign, 1980

Series IV. 1986 Senatorial Campaign, 1984-1986

Series V. 1992 Senatorial Campaign, 1991-1992

Series VI. 1996 Presidential Campaign, 1985-1996

Series VII. 1998 Senatorial Campaign, 1980-1998

Series VIII. 2004 Senatorial Campaign, 1980-2004

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

ULS Archives & Special Collections, June 2018

University of Pittsburgh Library System
Archives & Special Collections
Website: library.pitt.edu/archives-special-collections
412-648-3232 (ASC) | 412-648-8190 (Hillman)
Contact Us: www.library.pitt.edu/ask-archivist

Access Restrictions

No restrictions.

Copyright

Thomas Jefferson University holds title to the materials in this collection, but the copyright may still be held by third parties. No copyrighted work may be copied, published, disseminated, displayed, or played without permission of the copyright holder except in accordance with fair use under U.S. copyright law. The responsibility for obtaining all necessary permissions remains with the requester.

Custodial History

Material was transferred to the care of Philadelphia University in 2010-2011 from the Federal Records Storage Facility in Suitland, Maryland, as well as the Senator's Washington, D.C. and Pennsylvania offices. The physical material was transferred to the University of Pittsburgh in 2014, with the exception of selected photographic and memorabilia items that remain at the Arlen Specter Center's Roxboro House for display. In 2016, Philadelphia University merged with Thomas Jefferson University, and is now known as Thomas Jefferson University- East Falls campus.

Acquisition Information

Gift of Arlen Specter to Philadelphia University in 2010. Philadelphia University and the University of Pittsburgh entered into a partnership to jointly manage the collection in 2013.

Processing Information

The collection was processed by project archivist Ashley Taylor between 2014 and 2018. During this period, she was assisted by three temporary archival assistants: Cassandra Frank, Jon Klosinski, and Shannon McClenning. Further assistance was provided by graduate and undergraduate student interns.

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Related Materials

Related Material

Arlen Specter Senatorial Papers, Group 1. Pre-Senatorial Career Files, 1953-1980, TJU.2010.01.01

Arlen Specter Senatorial Papers, Group 2. Legislative Files, 1965-2011, TJU.2010.01.02

Arlen Specter Senatorial Papers, Group 3. Personal, Political and Official Files, 1944-2010, TJU.2010.01.03

Arlen Specter Senatorial Papers, Group 4. Office Administration Files, 1962-2010, TJU.2010.01.04

Arlen Specter Senatorial Papers, Group 5. Constituent Services Files, 1976-2007, TJU.2010.01.05

Arlen Specter Senatorial Papers, Group 6. Public Relations and Media Files, 1972-2010, TJU.2010.01.06

Arlen Specter Senatorial Papers, Group 8. Awards and Memorabilia, 1957-2010, TJU.2010.01.08

Arlen Specter Senatorial Papers, Group 9. Photographs, 1930-2010, TJU.2010.01.09

Arlen Specter Senatorial Papers, Group 10. Electronic Records, 1980-2010, TJU.2010.01.10

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)

  • Pennsylvania. Governor.
  • Republican Party (Pa.).
  • United States. Congress. Senate.

Geographic Name(s)

  • Pennsylvania

Personal Name(s)

  • Edgar, Bob
  • Heinz, John, 1938-1991
  • Specter, Arlen, 1930-2012
  • Stephen Freind
  • Thornburgh, Dick, 1932-
  • Toomey, Pat
  • Yeakel, Lynn

Subject(s)

  • Elections -- Pennsylvania
  • Political campaigns -- Pennsylvania
  • Politicians

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Collection Inventory

Series  I. 1976 Senatorial Campaign, 1976 

Scope and Content Notes

1976 Senatorial Campaign materials include information on Specter's campaign against John Heinz for the Republican nomination for US Senator. He was defeated in the primary.

  Box
General campaign files, 1976 1238

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Series  II. 1978 Gubernatorial Campaign, 1978 

Scope and Content Notes

1978 Gubernatorial Campaign materials include information on Specter's campaign against Dick Thornburgh for the Republican nomination for Governor of Pennsylvania. He was defeated in the primary.

  Box
General campaign files, 1978 1239

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Series  III. 1980 Senatorial Campaign, 1980 

Scope and Content Notes

1980 Senatorial Campaign materials include information on Specter's campaign against Democrat Pete Flaherty for the nomination for US Senator. He was successfully elected in November 1980.

  BoxFolder
Coal contacts, 1980 12401
  Folder
Debate transcripts, 1980 2-3
  Folder
Endorsements, 1980 4
  Folder
Labor, 1980 5
  Folder
Miscellaneous campaign materials, 1980 6
  Folder
Press clippings, 1980 7
  Folder
Primary maps, 1980 8
  Folder
Republican platform, 1980 9
  Folder
Specter budgetary identification, 1980 10

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Series  IV. 1986 Senatorial Campaign, 1984-1986 

Scope and Content Notes

1986 Senatorial Campaign materials include information on Specter's campaign for US Senator. He ran against Richard Stokes for the Republican nomination in the primary, and against Democrat Bob Edgar in the general election. He was successfully re-elected in November 1986.

Subseries  1.  Primary, 1986 

  BoxFolder
Democratic primary candidates, 1986 124011
  Folder
Republican primary, Dick Thornburgh possible bid, 1986 12-13

Subseries  2. General Election, 1985-1985 

  BoxFolder
Debates, 1986 124014
  Folder
Bob Edgar, Campaign, Attacks on Specter, 1986 15
  Folder
Bob Edgar, Campaign, Financial statements, 1986 16-17
  Folder
Bob Edgar, Campaign, Mailings and press, 1986 18-19
  Folder
Bob Edgar, Co-sponsored measures, 95th Congress, 1986 20
  Folder
Bob Edgar, Co-sponsored measures, 96th Congress, 1986 21
  Folder
Bob Edgar, Co-sponsored measures, 97th Congress, 1986 22
  Folder
Bob Edgar, Co-sponsored measures, 98th Congress, 1986 23
  Folder
Bob Edgar, Co-sponsored measures, 98th Congress, 1986 24
  Folder
Bob Edgar, Federal Election Commission (FEC) complaint, 1986 25
  Folder
Bob Edgar, Position papers, 1986 26
  Folder
Bob Edgar, Presidential support and party loyalty, 1986 27
  Folder
Bob Edgar, Sponsored measures, 1986 28
  Folder
Bob Edgar, Voting records, 1985 29
  Folder
Bob Edgar, Voting records, 1986 30
  Folder
Bob Edgar, Voting records, Appropriations, 1986 31
  Folder
Bob Edgar, Voting records, Budget, 1986 32
  Folder
Bob Edgar, Voting records, Crime, 1986 33
  Folder
Bob Edgar, Voting records, Defense, 1986 34
  Folder
Bob Edgar, Voting records, Economy, 1986 35
  Folder
Bob Edgar, Voting records, Energy and water projects, 1986 36
  Folder
Bob Edgar, Voting records, Environment, 1986 37
  BoxFolder
Bob Edgar, Voting records, Foreign policy, 1986 12411
  Folder
Bob Edgar, Voting records, Government, 1986 2
  Folder
Bob Edgar, Voting records, Jobs and labor, 1986 3
  Folder
Bob Edgar, Voting records, Military construction, 1986 4
  Folder
Bob Edgar, Voting records, Miscellaneous, 1986 5
  Folder
Bob Edgar, Voting records, Missed votes, 1986 6
  Folder
Bob Edgar, Voting records, Social issues, 1986 7
  Folder
Bob Edgar, Voting records, Social Security, 1986 8
  Folder
Bob Edgar, Voting records, Taxes, 1986 9
  Folder
Bob Edgar, Voting records, Trade, 1986 10
  Folder
Bob Edgar, Voting records, Transportation, 1986 11
  Folder
Bob Edgar, Vulnerability study, 1986 12-14
  Folder
Fundraising, 1986 15-16
  Folder
Pennsylvania research, 1986 17
  Folder
Post-election performance evaluations, 1986 18
  Folder
Press, 1984-March 1985 19
  Folder
Press, March-April 1985 20
  BoxFolder
Press, April-May 1985 12421
  Folder
Press, June-July 1985 2
  Folder
Press, August 1985 3
  Folder
Press, September 1985 4
  Folder
Press, October-November 1985 5
  Folder
Press, December 1985-January 1986 6
  Folder
Press, February 1986 7
  Folder
Press, March 1986 8
  Folder
Press, April 1986 9
  Folder
Press, May 1986 10-11
  Folder
Press, June 1986 12
  Folder
Press, July-August 1986 13
  Folder
Press, September 1986 14
  Folder
Press, October 1986 15-17
  Folder
Press, November 1986 18
  Folder
Questionnaires, 1986 19-21
  BoxFolder
Arlen Specter, Advertising and press, 1986 12431
  Folder
Arlen Specter, Campaign brochures, 1986 2
  Folder
Arlen Specter, Campaign correspondence, 1986 3
  Folder
Arlen Specter, County accomplishments, 1986 4
  Folder
Arlen Specter, Endorsements, 1986 5
  Folder
Arlen Specter, Legislative achievements, 1986 6
  Folder
Arlen Specter, Legislative records, Children's issues, 1986 7
  Folder
Arlen Specter, Legislative records, Crime, 1986 8
  Folder
Arlen Specter, Legislative records, Israel and Jewish issues, 1986 9
  Folder
Arlen Specter, Pennsylvania accomplishments, 1986 10
  Folder
Arlen Specter, Pennsylvania newsletters, 1986 11
  Folder
Arlen Specter, Position papers, 1986 12
  Folder
Arlen Specter, Presidential support and opposition, 1986 13
  Folder
Arlen Specter, Voting records, 1986 14
  Folder
General campaign files, 1986 15-35
  BoxFolder
General campaign files, 1986 12441-10

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Series  V. 1992 Senatorial Campaign, 1991-1992 

Scope and Content Notes

1992 Senatorial Campaign materials include information on Specter's campaign for US Senator. He ran against Stephen Freind for the Republican nomination in the primary, and against Democrat Lynn Yeakel in the general election. He was successfully re-elected in November 1992.

Subseries  1. Primary, 1991-1992 

  BoxFolder
Democratic primary, Debates, 1992 124411
  Folder
Democratic primary, Press, 1991-February 1992 12
  Folder
Democratic Party, Press, April 1992 13-14
  Folder
Primary voting guides and endorsements, 1992 15
  Folder
Primary results, 1992 16
  Folder
Republican primary, Campaign research and strategy, 1992 17-18
  Folder
Republican primary, Debate, 1992 19
  Folder
Republican primary, Steve Freind finanical filing, 1992 20
  Folder
Republican primary, Steve Freind press, 1992 21-22
  Folder
Republican primary, Opposition research, 1992 23-24
  Folder
Republican primary, Press, 1991 25
  Folder
Republican primary, Press, January 1992 26
  Folder
Republican primary, Press, February 1992 27
  Folder
Republican primary, Press, March 1992 28
  Folder
Republican primary, Press, April 1992 29

Subseries  2. General Election, 1992 

  BoxFolder
Citizen's Jury, Philadelphia, 1992 124430-31
  BoxFolder
Citizen's Jury, Pittsburgh, 1992 12451-3
  Folder
Citizen's Jury, Television advertisements, 1992 4
  Folder
Debates, 1992 5
  Folder
FEC complaint, 1992 6
  Folder
Israel and Bryn Mawr Presbyterian, 1992 7
  Folder
Press, May 1992 8
  Folder
Press, June-October 1992 9
  Folder
Press, Campaign editorials, 1992 10
  Folder
Republican platform, 1992 11
  Folder
Arlen Specter, Brochures and newspaper ads, 1992 12
  Folder
Arlen Specter, Budget information, 1992 13
  Folder
Arlen Specter, Campaign conference and party information, 1992 14
  Folder
Arlen Specter, Complaint letters, 1992 15
  Folder
Arlen Specter, County activity reports, 1992 16
  Folder
Arlen Specter, Endorsements, 1992 17
  Folder
Arlen Specter, Legislative record and platform, 1992 18
  Folder
Arlen Specter, Media packet, 1992 19
  Folder
Arlen Specter, Press releases, 1992 20
  Folder
Arlen Specter, Television and radio ads, 1992 21-22
  Folder
Arlen Specter, Washington fundraiser, 1992 23
  Folder
Lynn Yeakel, Campaign gaffes, 1992 24
  Folder
Lynn Yeakel, Endorsements, 1992 25
  Folder
Lynn Yeakel, Fundraising, 1992 26
  Folder
Lynn Yeakel, Interviews and speeches, 1992 27
  Folder
Lynn Yeakel, Vulnerability study, 1992 28
  Box
General campaign files, 1992 1246
  Box
General campaign files, 1992 1247
  Box
General campaign files, 1992 1248
  Box
General campaign files, 1992 1249

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Series  VI. 1996 Presidential Campaign, 1985-1996 

Scope and Content Notes

1996 Presidential Campaign materials include information on Specter's campaign for the Republican nomination for President. He was one among a number of contenders, including eventual nominee Bob Dole. Specter suspended his campaign in November 1995 to support Dole.

  BoxFolder
Analysis of campaign financial requirements, 1996 12501
  Folder
Big Tent Political Action Committee (PAC), 1996 2-3
  Folder
Campaign issues, Abortion, 1995 4
  Folder
Campaign issues, Flat tax plan, 1995 5
  Folder
Campaign trips, 1995 6
  Folder
Campaign trips, Arizona, 1994-1995 7
  Folder
Campaign trips, California, 1994-1995 8
  Folder
Campaign trips, Iowa, 1994-1995 9
  Folder
Campaign trips, Maine, 1995 10
  Folder
Campaign trips, Minnesota, 1994 11
  Folder
Campaign trips, New Hampshire, 1994-1995 12-13
  Folder
Campaign trips, Rhode Island, 1993-1995 14
  Folder
FEC regulations and complaints, 1995 15
  Folder
Internet campaigns, 1995 16
  Folder
Labor contracts, 1995 17
  Folder
Miscellaneous campaign notes, 1994-1995 18
  Folder
Presidential candidate fundraising, 1995 19
  Folder
Presidential primary dates, 1994-1996 20
  Folder
Press, 1993 21
  Folder
Press, April 1994 22
  Folder
Press, May 1994 23
  Folder
Press, June 1994 24
  Folder
Press, July 1994 25
  Folder
Press, August 1994 26
  Folder
Press, September 1994 27
  Folder
Press, October 1994 28
  Folder
Press, November 1994 29
  Folder
Press, December 1994 30
  Folder
Press, January 1995 31
  Folder
Press, February 1995 32
  Folder
Press, March 1995 33-34
  Folder
Press, April 1985 35
  Folder
Press, May 1995 36
  Folder
Press, June 1995 37
  Folder
Press, July 1995 38
  Folder
Press, August 1995 39
  BoxFolder
Press, September 1995 12511
  Folder
Press, October 1995 2
  Folder
Press, November 1995 3
  Folder
Press, December 1995 4
  Folder
Press, January 1996 5
  Folder
Press, February 1996 6
  Folder
Press, 1996 7
  Folder
Press, Specter profiles, 1995 8
  Folder
Public opinion polls, 1994-1995 9
  Folder
Religious views, 1985-1995 10
  Folder
Reports of receipts and disbursements, Appril 1995 11
  Folder
Reports of receipts and disbursements, October 1995 12
  Folder
Republican events and organization, 1994-1995 13
  Folder
Republican primary candidates, 1995 14
  Folder
Republican primary candidates, Colin Powell, 1995 15
  Folder
Republican primary candidates, Pete Wilson, 1995 16
  Folder
Republican primary polls, 1995 17
  Folder
Arlen Specter, Articles, 1994-1995 18
  Folder
Arlen Specter, Brochures and ads, 1995 19
  Folder
Arlen Specter, Campaign announcement, 1994-1995 20
  Folder
Arlen Specter, Campaign fundraising memos, 1994-1995 21
  Folder
Arlen Specter, Campaign memos, 1994-1995 22-23
  Folder
Arlen Specter, Campaign press releases, 1994-1995 24-25
  Folder
Arlen Specter, Campaign staff, 1994-1995 26
  Folder
Arlen Specter, Campaign travel schedule, 1995-1996 27
  Folder
Arlen Specter, Campaign websites, 1995 28
  Folder
Arlen Specter, End of campaign, 1995 29
  Folder
Arlen Specter, Endorsements, 1995 30
  Folder
Arlen Specter, Position papers, 1994 31
  Folder
Arlen Specter, Speeches, 1994 32
  Folder
Arlen Specter, Television and radio ads and appearances, 1995 33
  Box
General campaign files, 1996 1252

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Series  VII. 1998 Senatorial Campaign, 1980-1998 

Scope and Content Notes

1998 Senatorial Campaign materials include information on Specter's campaign for US Senator. He ran against Larry Murphy and Tom Lingenfelter for the Republican nomination in the primary, and against Democrat Bill Lloyd in the general election. He was successfully re-elected in November 1998.

  BoxFolder
FEC audit, 1980-1997 12531-2
  Folder
Press, 1997 3
  Folder
Press, January 1998 4
  Folder
Press, February 1998 5
  Folder
Press, March 1998 6
  Folder
Press, April 1998 7
  Folder
Press, May 1998 8
  Folder
Press, June-July 1998 9
  Folder
Press, August-September 1998 10
  Folder
Press, October-November 1998 11
  Folder
Arlen Specter, Campaign material, 1998 12
  Box
General campaign files, 1998 1254
  Box
General campaign files, 1998 1255
  Box
General campaign files, 1998 1256
  Box
General campaign files, 1998 1257
  Box
General campaign files, 1998 1258
  Box
General campaign files, 1998 1259

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Series  VIII. 2004 Senatorial Campaign, 1980-2004 

Scope and Content Notes

2004 Senatorial Campaign materials include information on Specter's campaign for US Senator. He ran against Pat Toomey for the Republican nomination in the primary, and against Democrat Joe Hoeffel in the general election. He was successfully re-elected in November 2004.

Subseries  1. Primary, 1980-2003 

  BoxFolder
Specter primary results, 1980-1998 125313
  Folder
Specter reflection on primary, 2003 14
  Folder
Specter research on candidates, 2003 15

Subseries  2. General Election, 1980-2004 

  BoxFolder
American Conservative Union ratings, 2000-2002 125316
  Folder
Citizens against Government Waste, 2001-2003 17
  Folder
Democratic senatorial campaign committee speculations, 2003 18
  Folder
Letters by Specter, 2003 19
  Folder
Letters to Specter, 2003 20
  Folder
National Federation of Independent Businesses rating, 1994-2003 21
  Folder
National Taxpayers Union, 1992-2002 22
  Folder
Party unity, 2000-2002 23
  Folder
Promotion for Specter, 2003 24
  Folder
Presidential support for Specter, 1986-2004 25
  Folder
Press, 2003 26
  Folder
Previous fiscal year information, 1981-2004 27
  Folder
Schedule, 2003-2004 28
  Folder
Senate rules and ethics, 2003 29
  Folder
Arlen Specter, Accomplishments, 1980-2004 30
  Folder
Arlen Specter, Allentown accomplishments, 2003 31
  Folder
Arlen Specter, Campaign budget, 2004 32
  Folder
Arlen Specter, Campaign kickoff, 2004 33
  Folder
Arlen Specter, Flyers, 2004 34
  Folder
Arlen Specter, Miscellaneous votes, 1991-2004 35
  Folder
Arlen Specter, Opinion, Abortion, 1995-2004 36
  Folder
Arlen Specter, Opinion, Agriculture and dairy, 1980-2004 37
  Folder
Arlen Specter, Opinion, Business, 1983-2004 38
  Folder
Arlen Specter, Opinion, Civil rights, 1988-2002 39
  Folder
Arlen Specter, Opinion, Congress, 1981-2003 40
  Folder
Arlen Specter, Opinion, Defense, foreign policy and security, 1981-2004 41
  Folder
Arlen Specter, Opinion, Education, 1996-2004 42
  Folder
Arlen Specter, Opinion, Energy, 1981-2003 43
  Folder
Arlen Specter, Opinion, Environment, 1994-2004 44
  Folder
Arlen Specter, Opinion, Gun rights, 1983-2004 45
  Folder
Arlen Specter, Opinion, Healthcare, 1991-2004 46
  Folder
Arlen Specter, Opinion, Immigration, 1990-2004 47
  Folder
Arlen Specter, Opinion, Judicial issues, 2002-2004 48
  Folder
Arlen Specter, Opinion, Legal issues, 1992-2003 49
  Folder
Arlen Specter, Opinion, Party votes, 1985-2002 50
  Folder
Arlen Specter, Opinion, Religion, 2004 51
  Folder
Arlen Specter, Opinion, Social issues, 1996-2004 52
  Folder
Arlen Specter, Opinion, Social Security, 1981-2003 53
  Folder
Arlen Specter, Opinion, Steel, 2003 54
  Folder
Arlen Specter, Opinion, Taxes and spending, 1981-2004 55
  Folder
Arlen Specter, Opinion, Trade, 1982-2004 56
  Folder
Arlen Specter, Opinion, Transportation, 1995-2004 57
  Folder
Arlen Specter, Opinion, Veterans, 1984-2004 58
  Folder
Arlen Specter, Opinion, Welfare, 1981-1999 59
  Folder
Arlen Specter, Talking points, 2002 60
  Folder
Arlen Specter, Toomey statement, 2003 61
  Folder
Arlen Specter, Voter analysis, 1980-2002 62
  Folder
Support for Specter, 2000-2004 63
  Folder
Survey on Pennsylvania, 2004 64
  Folder
Patrick Toomey, Voting record, 1981-2002 65
  Folder
Voting studies, 1981-2003 66
  Box
General campaign files, 2004 1260
  Box
General campaign files, 2004 1261
  Box
General campaign files, 2004 1262

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