Surprise '62 Upsets Gave Us Bayh Wonder and Glorious Gaylord

June 2013
Moderate Voice;6/6/2013, p15
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The article focuses on the unexpected end of several longtime Republican Senate careers in the U.S. in the 1962 elections. It is said that the results were especially surprising as they occurred in the states which were favorable to Republicans. It is said that the defeats of Republicans Homer Capehart in Indiana and Alexander Wylie in Wisconsin offered some unexpected crowing rights to Democrats and president John F. Kennedy administration.


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