Boy on the Bus

Cottle, Michelle
June 2000
New Republic;06/12/2000, Vol. 222 Issue 24, p20
Focuses on the campaign of U.S. Representative Rick Lazio for the New York Senate seat. Public attention given to a lip injury received by Lazio during a Memorial Day parade; Efforts of politicians at the nominating convention to praise Lazio as the ideal candidate; Challenges faced by Lazio, including the formidability of his opponent, First Lady Hillary Clinton, and the strength of his supporters; Opinion that Lazio must lose political connections to Mayor Rudolph Giuliani.


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