August 1982
National Review;8/6/1982, Vol. 34 Issue 15, p932
This article presents information on several politicians in the run up to the House elections in the United States. The article discusses the popularity and leadership qualities of Senator Robert Dole. Democratic analyst Alan Baron, comments on the spending patterns in elections and questions how important the money really is. According to Baron in 1982 Republican House candidates will spend an average of $300,000, to $180,000 for the Democrats. In Massachusetts the newspaper "Boston Globe" found challenger Ray Shamie running far ahead of candidate Teddy Kennedy in Kennedy's traditional home base in Irish South Boston.


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