Deadlock: Durkin, Wyman and Closest Senate Race in Nation

June 2013
Moderate Voice;6/4/2013, p7
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The article presents information on the prospects of several politicians in the Senate election in the U.S. including Republican Congressman Louis Wyman, and Democrate John Durkin. It is statted that Wyman was a heavy favorite and he lead just under 1,000 votes on election night. A recount of votes produced a 10 vote win for Durkin.


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