Voting for Victory

Fuller, Helen
June 1942
New Republic;6/29/42, Vol. 106 Issue 26, p892
Discusses the status of several political candidates who are standing in the upcoming election from different states of the U.S. Possibility of political candidate Jonathan Rowell's victory over Representative Albert E. Carter in California; Analysis of the Montana Political picture; Chances of facing tough fight by Representative Martin L. Sweeney to retain his seat in Ohio; Campaigns for the nomination of Senate is opened by Representatives Clyde Ellis and David Terry in Arkansas.


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