Why Senate Republicans Are Bullish About 2000

Cook, Charlie
July 1999
National Journal;7/31/99, Vol. 31 Issue 31, p2246
Contends that the Democrats will have to maintain the number of seats inside the senate in order to recapture control of the Senate in the United States in 2000 election. Discussion on the need to win at least five seats held by the Republicans; Details on the vulnerable positions in some states; Status of the politicians in Washington state.


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