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A Background Role for O.C. Congressmen
Los Angeles Times (pre-1997 Fulltext) - Los Angeles, Calif.
Date: Aug 14, 1996
Start Page: 1
Section: PART-A
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But instead of flaunting the influence that comes with being a congressman at the Republican National Convention, most of Orange County's congressional delegation is lying low--generally out of sight of the California delegates and nowhere near the convention podium that has featured other House members.

As of Tuesday evening, there had been no Dornan sightings along the 37 booths of Talk Radio Row in San Diego's convention center, where the likes of Oliver North and Mary Matalin have been holding court and where sometime-talk show host Rep. Robert K. Dornan surely would be drawn.

And while former Vice President Dan Quayle was staging a rousing pep rally with California convention delegates, Rep. Dana Rohrabacher (R-Huntington Beach) was outside in the hotel driveway, strapping a surfboard onto a recreational vehicle. Rohrabacher apparently bypassed a private lunch Tuesday for former Reagan White House staffers and campaigners.

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