Study: Members of Congress Keep Most Campaign Promises A new study shows that members of Congress keep their campaign promises more often than not. Hear NPR's Scott Simon and professor Evan Ringquist of School of Public and Environmental Affairs at Indiana University.
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Study: Members of Congress Keep Most Campaign Promises

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Study: Members of Congress Keep Most Campaign Promises

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Study: Members of Congress Keep Most Campaign Promises

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A new study shows that members of Congress keep their campaign promises more often than not. Hear NPR's Scott Simon and professor Evan Ringquist of School of Public and Environmental Affairs at Indiana University.