Measuring the Drapes

Duffy, Jennifer E.
October 2006
National Journal;10/21/2006, Vol. 38 Issue 42, p42
The article predicts the potential outcome of the November 2006 congressional election in the U.S. Republicans appear headed for significant losses in this year's congressional race. Democrats are virtually certain to seize gubernatorship in Colorado, New York and Ohio. The combination of Republican scandals at the state level and the national political climate may well cost Republicans their majority seats.


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