Voting for Victory

Fuller, Helen
September 1942
New Republic;9/14/42, Vol. 107 Issue 11, p317
Presents information on political races in different parts of the U.S. Decision of politician Clare Boothe Luce to run against Democratic Representative Leroy Downs for the Republican nomination in Connecticut; Names of Democratic congressional candidates who have been nominated to stand from Delaware; Nomination of James R. Brown as Senator from Tennessee for the next session; Renomination of Senator Burnet R. Maybank in South Carolina.


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