Tuesday, December 27, 1994
Richard Grayson has a letter in the New York Times today (December 27, 1994): "Senate Would Bar a Longer House Term."
Sunday, November 27, 1994
The Columbus Dispatch today (Sunday, November 27, 1994) features a Bookends column by Dispatch book critic George Myers Jr. on Richard Grayson. The arts section page one teaser for the article: "Fiction writer Richard Grayson finds a second career -- one with more notability -- by lampooning the press and the nation's fascination with celebrity."
Saturday, November 12, 1994
Richard Grayson has a column in the Orlando Sentinel today (Saturday, November 12, 1994): "Nothing Like a Matinee on Sundays."
Thursday, November 3, 1994
The African-American newspaper The Florida Dollar Stretcher today (Thursday, November 3, 1994) endorsed Richard Grayson for Congress. Grayson is running as a write-in candidate in Florida's Ninth Congressional District.
Friday, October 21, 1994
Tampa Tribune reports on Richard Grayson's Campaign for Florida's Ninth Congressional District U.S House Seat
The Tampa Tribune today (Friday, October 21, 1994) reports on Richard Grayson's write-in campaign for the Florida Ninth Congressional District U.S House seat held by Rep. Michael Bilirakis.
Monday, August 22, 1994
Tampa National Organization for Women Political Action Committee (Tampa NOW PAC) Endorses Richard Grayson for Congress
The Tampa National Organization for Women Political Action Committee (Tampa NOW PAC) today (August 22, 1994) announced its endorsement of Richard Grayson for the U.S. House of Representatives in Florida's Ninth Congressional District.
Sunday, August 7, 1994
Richard Grayson reports on his involvement in Florida's Legislators in Love scandal in the Miami Herald's TROPIC Magazine this Sunday (August 7, 1994).
Saturday, July 30, 1994
Richard Grayson has a column in the Gainesville Sun today (Saturday, July 30, 1994) advocating the appointment of Bill Clinton to the U.S. Supreme Court.
Wednesday, June 15, 1994
Richard Grayson's story "Twelve Step Barbie" (originally published in Mondo Barbie) will be read at Chicago's "Stories on Stage" Summer Benefit Performance on Wednesday, June 29, 1994.
Wednesday, May 18, 1994
Richard Grayson graduated from the University of Florida College of Law with a Juris Doctor degree (high honors) in May 1994.
Monday, April 11, 1994
Ocala Star-Banner reports on Richard Grayson's Campaign for U.S. Senate in Democratic Primary Against First Brother-in-Law Hugh Rodham
The Ocala (Fla.) Star-Banner today (April 11, 1994) has a front-page story on Richard Grayson's candidacy for the U.S. Senate seat held by Republican Connie Mack; Grayson will run in the Democratic primary against President Clinton's brother-in-law Hugh Rodham.
The Gainesville Sun today, April 11, 1994, features an article on Richard Grayson's candidacy for U.S. Senator.
Saturday, March 19, 1994
An article on Richard Grayson's candidacy for the U.S. Senate appears in the St. Petersburg Times today (Saturday, March 19, 1994).