Voting for Victory

Fuller, Helen
September 1942
New Republic;9/7/42, Vol. 107 Issue 10, p282
Presents information on recent political developments from various states of the U.S. Success of Leland Ford in retaining only the Republican nomination for Congress from the Los Angeles, California; Nomination of Will Rogers as the Democratic candidate; View that Rogers would definitely be a valuable addition to the composition of the kind of Congress this nation so badly needs for a more efficient and successful prosecution of the all out war; Information that both Arizona and New Mexico will have been allotted an additional congressman beginning with the coming term; Claim that Gerald L.K. Smith is the biggest noise in the Michigan senatorial race just now; Hope of the supporters of Senator Prentiss Brown that Smith does upset the Republican machine and win the nomination; View that probably the entire Washington congressional delegation, with the exception of Charles Leavy who has accepted a federal judgeship, will be returned in the September primaries.


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