Don't forget the other race that's still 'too close to call'

Paton, Dean
November 2000
Christian Science Monitor;11/13/2000, Vol. 92 Issue 247, p3
Discusses the ongoing tallying of votes in Washington State for one of the state's United States senatorial seats. Candidacy of Democratic challenger Maria Cantwell and incumbent Republican Slade Gorton; Information on the candidates including their backgrounds; Importance of the race due to its potential role in establishing a perfectly split U.S. Senate.


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