Upset in New Jersey?

March 1978
National Review;3/17/1978, Vol. 30 Issue 11, p327
The article reports on the Republican primary campaign in the Senate race in New Jersey. Senator Clifford Case has enjoyed a clear majority against his opposition for four terms. However, his age is seen to be a major impediment in his election this time. Case's main opponent is politician Jeffrey Bell. He has been a steady campaigner which has attracted the attention of the national press. Some of the issues addressed by Bell in his campaign include private sector, tax cuts and a range of other social-conservative issues. The Eagleton Institute of Politics of Rutgers University's poll shows that Case is expected to get the least votes.


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