John Tower

John Goodwin Tower was the first Republican United States senator from Texas since Reconstruction. He served from 1961 until his retirement on January 3, 1985, after which time he was appointed as the chairman of the Reagan-appointed Tower Commission that investigated the Iran-Contra Affair. 

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Tower Visits Eisenhower - John Tower Campaign Spot (1961)
Eisenhower endorses John Tower for U.S. Senate
Tower Visits Eisenhower - John Tower Political Telecast (1961)
Former President Eisenhower gives his view on deficit spending
Tower Visits Eisenhower - John Tower Political Telecast (1961)
Former President Eisenhower supports Republican John Tower’s bid for the U.S. Senate
The KHOU-TV Collection - News Clips, September 1965
KHOU news clips from September 1965, including press conferences with Senator John Tower, Attorney Genera...
The KHOU-TV Collection - News Clips, July 30 - August 11, 1968
KHOU news clips from July and August 1968, including segments about the 1968 presidential election, inclu...
The KHOU-TV Collection - News Clips, July 1962
KHOU news clips from July and October 1962, including news segments about an oil fire in Baytown and the ...
The KHOU-TV Collection - News Clips, August 7 - 9, 1968
KHOU news clips from August 1968, including a Eugene McCarthy campaign rally and the Republican National ...
The Congressman Charles Wilson Collection - News Clip from World News Tonight (1984)
News footage covering the political history of Texas and its role in the 1984 national election
Senators Ralph Yarborough and John Tower Decline Gubernatorial Run (1968)
KPRC-TV segment with newsman Ray Miller reviewing developments in the 1968 Texas gubernatorial election
John Tower - Two Campaign Ads (1961)
Ads on “political bosses” and the New Frontier Act
John Tower Campaign Ads (1961)
Senatorial candidate John Tower promises he will be a “full-time, conservative” representative