Democrats Eke Out Slim Wins

Hansen, Karen
December 1998
State Legislatures;Dec98, Vol. 24 Issue 10, p12
Details the results of the November 3, 1998, election in the United States. Gains of the Republican and Democratic parties at state level; States where the parties have gained control of the legislature.


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