Dems high on 2010 recruits for Senate; GOP sees hope

Wilson, Reid
December 2008
Hill;12/17/2008, Vol. 15 Issue 134, p20
The article reports on the expectations of the Democratic Party and the Republican Party in recruiting candidates for the U.S. 2010 senate election.


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