Lois Capps

House of Representatives (D-CA)

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Democratic representative for California's 24th Congressional District (Santa Barbara, San Luis Obispo and Ventura Counties)

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In 1996, Walter Capps won a seat in US House of Representatives. Less than a year later, he suffered a massive heart attack and died in his wife's arms.

Former Congresswoman Lois Capps on faith, tragedy and a divisive democracy

In 1996, Walter Capps won a seat in US House of Representatives. Less than a year later, he suffered a massive heart attack and died in his wife's arms.

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