TITLE

Votes for Victory

AUTHOR(S)
Fuller, Helen
PUB. DATE
May 1942
SOURCE
New Republic;5/25/42, Vol. 106 Issue 21, p732
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Presents information on the campaigns, for the U.S. Congress elections throughout the country. Claim that Pappy O'Daniel faces a tight run-off test to retain his job as Junior Senator from Texas; Claim that John L. Lewis' Illinois man, Ray Edmundson, state president of the United Mint Workers and of Labor's Non-Partisan League, will have tough time supporting C. Wayland Brooks for Senator from Illinois against Representative Raymond McKeough; Details of new political alignments in California that promise trouble for Representative Leland Ford and others; Claim that the Altoona, Pennsylvania, congressional district is usually Republican, but voters there have been showing marked discontent with their Republican Representative, James Van Zandt, professional veteran; Details of Luther Patrick's struggle to be returned as Representative from Alabama's ninth district, which is much significant than the average Southern congressional elections.
ACCESSION #
14690036

 

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