Politics '98

Gizzi, John
November 1998
Human Events;11/13/98, Vol. 54 Issue 43, p14
Presents news briefs concerning the outcome of the November 1998 elections in the United States. Includes the defeat of Republican Governor Fob James in Alabama; Reelection of Democratic Governor Tony Knowles in Alaska; Democrats' win in California; Election of Anthony Williams as mayor of Washington, D.C.; Republican win in Illinois; Reelection of George W. Bush in Texas.


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