How the Campaign Committees Look Now

Cook, Charlie
November 1998
National Journal;11/14/98, Vol. 30 Issue 46, p2732
Looks at the victory of the Democratic Party committees during the November 1998 election in the United States. Focus of the Democrats' spending; Spending of the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee on advocacy advertising; Number of races won by the Democrats; Declines of the National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC) in four straight election cycles; Criticism against NRSC Chairman Mitch McConnell.


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