No More Nepotism
- At last, Landrieu can settle in her seat. // New Orleans CityBusiness (1994 to 2008);10/06/97, Vol. 18 Issue 14, p22
Opinion. Comments on some of the problems involved in the election process for positions in the United States Senate. Reference to the elections in which Mary Landrieu gained a seat in the Senate; Views on how Landrieu's position was obtained.
- Hype aside, all Senate races are created equal. Oppenheimer, Bruce // Christian Science Monitor;12/30/99, Vol. 92 Issue 26, p11
Discusses campaigns for the United States Senate and mentions the pressures facing candidates from larger, diverse states which do not effect candidates from small homogenous states, and how such a trend has effect the leaders of the Senate as of 1999.
- THE SENATE'S CLOSE RACES LOOK EERILY SYMMETRICAL. Cook, Charlie // National Journal;2/16/2002, Vol. 34 Issue 7, p492
Points that the elections for U.S. Senate members are close between Republicans and Democrats. Assessment on the likely outcome of the elections; Implications of close contests between the parties; States where the election contest will be close.
- THE SENATE AT ITS BEST, PLEASE. // Christian Science Monitor;3/26/2001, Vol. 93 Issue 83, p8
Focuses on the campaign finance reform effort in the United States. Role of the bipartisan coalition around Senators John McCain and Russell Feingold; Discussion of the amendments included, including praise for limiting soft money and cautions against raising limits for hard money contributions.
- Industry to gain from GOP victories. Moore, Miles // Tire Business;1/6/2003, Vol. 20 Issue 20, p10
Focuses on implications of the Republican victory in the November 2002 U.S. Senate election on the U.S. tire industry. Issues concerning the tire industry; Affect of the Transportation Recall Efficiency, Accountability and Documentation Act on the tire industry; Demand of legislative action on...
- Get yourself ready for N.H.'s most expensive political campaign. Jacobson, Alf // New Hampshire Business Review;8/10/2001, Vol. 23 Issue 17, p9
Discusses the political campaign of U.S. Senator Bob Smith for the 2001 senatorial election in New Hampshire. Details on his political career; Information on his opponent; Background on the campaign money raised by Smith.
- Bucks stop here. // Broadcasting & Cable;11/11/2002, Vol. 132 Issue 46, p6
Reports on the Television campaigns launched by the contestants, Mary Landrieu of Democratic party and Suzanne Terrell of the Grand Old Party, for the U.S. Senate elections in Louisiana. Claim of majority by the Grand Old Party despite of the Louisiana contest; Expenses incurred in the election...
- Gerry to politick against Pat next? Walls, Jeannette; Gelman, Jan // New York;11/30/92, Vol. 25 Issue 47, p17
Reports that Geraldine Ferraro still has her sights set on the US Senate. How she will make a bid for the seat held by Daniel Patrick Moynihan, the Democratic senator whose third term expires in 1995; How she lost the primary to Attorney General Robert Abrams; What she thinks about her chances;...
- THE ODDS GET LONGER FOR THE DEMOCRATS. Cook, Charlie // National Journal;12/20/2003, Vol. 35 Issue 51/52, p3836
Focuses on the problems faced by U.S. Democrats in overcoming the majority of U.S. Republicans in the U.S. Senate elections in 2004. Threat posed by several resignations in the Democratic Party; Challenges faced by Democrats to fill the open seats in the party; Information on the Democratic...