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 Politics and Elections
 1987

January 3 - State Delegations: Power's Payoffs and Pitfalls
January 10 - Babbitt, Kemp Edge Closer to Presidential Bids
January 10 - Kunin Elected Governor in Vermont
January 10 - Recount to Resume in Indiana's 3rd District
January 10 - Rep. Sala Burton Denies Resignation Rumors
January 10 - The New South and the Democratic Senate
January 24 - Campaign '88: Presidential Ins and Outs
January 24 - GOP Picks New Orleans for 1988 Convention
January 24 - Rep. Hiler the Winner in Indiana 3rd
January 31 - Rep. Burton Will Not Run Again, May Step Down
February 7 - 5th District Is a Democratic Stronghold: Special Election to Be Held To Fill Rep. Sala Burton's Seat
February 7 - For 1988, Diligence and Detail Seem in Style -- Congress and the Country
February 14 - Democrats Select Atlanta: Parties' Convention Choices Underscore South's Appeal
February 14 - Hello Dixie, Good-bye Chicago... Past Convention Sites (chart)
February 14 - Special Election Set in California 5th
February 21 - A Shift in Democratic Presidential Race: Cuomo's Pullout May Boost Dark Horse 1988 Candidates
February 21 - Parties Plan 1988 Debates; League Objects
February 28 - A Flock of 'Early Birds' (chart)
February 28 - Crowded Field for Kentucky Governor's Race
February 28 - Fourteen Candidates Seek California 5th Seat
February 28 - Race for the White House: Early Is the Norm
February 28 - Richard A. Gephardt Missouri 3rd District Democrat
March 7 - Dole, Biden Advance Presidential Plans
March 7 - White House Scandals: Timing Is Everything
March 14 - 1986 Returns: Governor, Senate and House (chart)
March 14 - 1986 Turnout for House Elections (chart)
March 14 - Babbitt Seeks Democratic Presidential Nomination
March 14 - Counting the Vote: Nationwide Totals for 1986 Elections (chart)
March 14 - Democrats May Again Test the Potency... ...Of Nuclear Power Issues in 1988 Elections
March 14 - Karnes Sworn in to Fill Zorinsky's Senate Seat
March 21 - Dukakis to Seek Presidential Nomination
March 21 - The Hunt for Power in Jim Wright's House
March 28 - A Liberal Democrat Sure to Prevail: No Ideological Shift Likely In California's 5th District
March 28 - For 1988: Who's In and Who's Out (chart)
March 28 - White House Race: Where Are the Big Guns?
April 11 - California 5th Runoff a Formality: Primary Victory Assures Pelosi a House Seat
April 11 - Kemp's Chore: Winning the Reagan Mantle
April 11 - Republican Convention
April 18 - Hart: Adapting the 'Outsider' Role to 1988
April 18 - Stark-AMA Battle Escalates
April 25 - An Election-Year Window of Invulnerability
April 25 - Boren Campaign Finance Proposal Debated
April 25 - Business PACs Wary of Campaign Finance Bill
April 25 - Sen. Stafford to Retire
May 2 - Dukakis Enters Presidential Race, Laxalt on His Way
May 2 - GOP Filibuster Possible on Floor: Senate Rules Committee OKs Major Campaign Finance Bill
May 2 - Senate Rules OKs FEC Authorization
May 9 - 'Super Tuesday' Rules, State-by-State (chart)
May 9 - Gary Hart: Downfall of a Rootless Candidate
May 9 - Hart, the Outsider, Quits White House Race
May 9 - Tentative 1988 Primary/Caucus Schedule (chart)
May 9 - Will 'Super Tuesday' Mean Southern Trouble?
May 16 - Connecticut 4th Special Election: Moderates Expected to Lead In Race to Succeed McKinney
May 16 - Hill Campaign Spending Hits All-Time High
May 16 - The Leading Campaign Spenders, 1985-86 (chart)
May 23 - 1985-86 PAC Contributions Detailed
May 23 - House Committee OKs Uniform Poll-Closing Bill
May 23 - Kentuckians Choosing Gubernatorial Nominees
May 23 - Old-Fashioned Democrat Simon Joins '88 Field
May 30 - Pelosi Favored in Special Election
May 30 - Wilkinson Nominated for Kentucky Governor
June 6 - Democrat Pelosi Wins House Seat
June 6 - FEC Denies Hart's Request for Federal Funds
June 6 - Talk of Compromise, But None in Sight: Filibuster Threat Hangs Over Campaign Financing Debate
June 13 - 'Baby Boomer' Biden Seeks the White House
June 13 - Common Cause's Lobbying War on PACs
June 13 - New Member Profile: Democrat Pelosi Enters House, Filling Vacancy in California 5th
June 13 - Open Field for Mississippi Governorship
June 13 - Senate Caught in Filibuster: Compromise Proves Elusive In Campaign Finance Debate
June 20 - Byrd Vows to Keep Pressing: Partisan Standoff in Senate Stalls Campaign-Finance Bill
June 27 - Picking Presidents: A Nomination for Change
July 4 - Conventions Set July 21 Field: Connecticut's Open 4th Draws Crowds in Both Party Primaries
July 4 - New Campaign Finance Proposal Unveiled
July 4 - Sixth Democratic Candidate: Stressing His Roots and Youth, Gore Enters Race for President
July 11 - Parties Set Dates for Presidential Debates
July 11 - Was There Ever a 'Love Affair' With Reagan?
July 18 - Clinton Out, Laxalt In for President in 1988
July 18 - Move Tied to His Fight With AMA: Rep. Stark Seeking to Block Second Term for FEC Member
July 18 - Rep. Marilyn Lloyd to Retire
July 25 - Senate Confirms FEC Nominees
July 25 - Special Primary Results A Centrist Mood Prevails In Connecticut's 4th District
August 1 - Changing South Perils Conservative Coalition
August 1 - New Leaders: National Democrats From South
August 8 - Case Studies in Luck and Skill: 'Flukes' Top the Target Lists, But They Often Beat the Odds
August 8 - For Some, 'Fluke' Is a Slur That Does Not Fit
August 8 - Lousiana Gubernatorial Field Set
August 8 - Mississippi Democrats Face Runoff
August 8 - Rep. Boner Faces Nashville Runoff
August 15 - Sen. Mitchell: The Democratic Response
August 15 - Senate Campaign Finance: 1987-88 Election Cycle (chart)
August 15 - Senate Incumbents Building War Chests: Byrd Takes Funds From PACs While Urging Tighter Limits
August 22 - Easy GOP Win in Special Election: Connecticut 4th Selects Shays To Follow in McKinney's Steps
August 22 - How Special-Interest Groups
August 22 - How Special-Interest Groups Rate Senators (chart)
August 22 - The 99th Congress: 1986 Group Ratings
August 29 - 1988 Presidential Primaries and Caucuses: ALABAMA - March 8
August 29 - 1988 Presidential Primaries and Caucuses: ALASKA - March 10 (D), Early March (R)
August 29 - 1988 Presidential Primaries and Caucuses: ARIZONA - April 16 (D); May 14 (R)
August 29 - 1988 Presidential Primaries and Caucuses: ARKANSAS - March 8
August 29 - 1988 Presidential Primaries and Caucuses: CALIFORNIA - June 7
August 29 - 1988 Presidential Primaries and Caucuses: COLORADO - April 4
August 29 - 1988 Presidential Primaries and Caucuses: CONNECTICUT - March 29
August 29 - 1988 Presidential Primaries and Caucuses: DELAWARE - May 16 (D), Early May (R)
August 29 - 1988 Presidential Primaries and Caucuses: DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA - May 3
August 29 - 1988 Presidential Primaries and Caucuses: FLORIDA - March 8
August 29 - 1988 Presidential Primaries and Caucuses: GEORGIA: March 8
August 29 - 1988 Presidential Primaries and Caucuses: HAWAII - March 8 (D), Jan. 27 (R)
August 29 - 1988 Presidential Primaries and Caucuses: ILLINOIS - March 15
August 29 - 1988 Presidential Primaries and Caucuses: INDIANA - May 3
August 29 - 1988 Presidential Primaries and Caucuses: IOWA - Feb. 8
August 29 - 1988 Presidential Primaries and Caucuses: KANSAS - March 5 (R), March 19 (D)
August 29 - 1988 Presidential Primaries and Caucuses: KENTUCKY - March 8
August 29 - 1988 Presidential Primaries and Caucuses: LOUISIANA - March 8
August 29 - 1988 Presidential Primaries and Caucuses: MAINE - Feb. 28 (D), Feb. 26-28 (R)
August 29 - 1988 Presidential Primaries and Caucuses: MARYLAND - March 8
August 29 - 1988 Presidential Primaries and Caucuses: MASSACHUSETTS - March 8
August 29 - 1988 Presidential Primaries and Caucuses: MICHIGAN - March 26 (D), Jan. 29-30 (R)
August 29 - 1988 Presidential Primaries and Caucuses: MINNESOTA - Feb. 23
August 29 - 1988 Presidential Primaries and Caucuses: Mississippi - March 8
August 29 - 1988 Presidential Primaries and Caucuses: MISSOURI - March 8
August 29 - 1988 Presidential Primaries and Caucuses: MONTANA - June 7
August 29 - 1988 Presidential Primaries and Caucuses: NEBRASKA - May 10
August 29 - 1988 Presidential Primaries and Caucuses: NEW HAMPSHIRE - Feb. 16
August 29 - 1988 Presidential Primaries and Caucuses: New Jersey - June 7
August 29 - 1988 Presidential Primaries and Caucuses: NEW MEXICO - June 7
August 29 - 1988 Presidential Primaries and Caucuses: NEW YORK - April 19
August 29 - 1988 Presidential Primaries and Caucuses: NORTH CAROLINA - March 8
August 29 - 1988 Presidential Primaries and Caucuses: NORTH DAKOTA - March 14 (D), June 14 (R)
August 29 - 1988 Presidential Primaries and Caucuses: OHIO - May 3
August 29 - 1988 Presidential Primaries and Caucuses: OREGON - May 17
August 29 - 1988 Presidential Primaries and Caucuses: PENNSYLVANIA - April 26
August 29 - 1988 Presidential Primaries and Caucuses: Puerto Rico - March 20
August 29 - 1988 Presidential Primaries and Caucuses: Rhode Island - March 8
August 29 - 1988 Presidential Primaries and Caucuses: SOUTH CAROLINA - March 5 (R), March 12 (D)
August 29 - 1988 Presidential Primaries and Caucuses: SOUTH DAKOTA - Feb. 23
August 29 - 1988 Presidential Primaries and Caucuses: TENNESSEE - March 8
August 29 - 1988 Presidential Primaries and Caucuses: Texas - March 8
August 29 - 1988 Presidential Primaries and Caucuses: UTAH - April 25
August 29 - 1988 Presidential Primaries and Caucuses: VERMONT - March 1
August 29 - 1988 Presidential Primaries and Caucuses: VIRGINIA - March 8
August 29 - 1988 Presidential Primaries and Caucuses: Washington - March 8
August 29 - 1988 Presidential Primaries and Caucuses: WEST VIRGINIA - May 10
August 29 - 1988 Presidential Primaries and Caucuses: WISCONSIN - April 5
August 29 - 1988 Presidential Primaries and Caucuses: WYOMING - March 5
August 29 - A Reader's Guide to This Special Report
August 29 - Delegate Selection Calendar for 1988 (Chart)
August 29 - Political Notes: Laxalt, Nunn Won't Run By Ronald D. Elving
August 29 - Political Notes: Mabus Wins in Mississippi By Martha Bridegam
August 29 - Political Notes: Proxmire Says He Will Retire; Potential Successors Line Up
August 29 - Preliminary Spending Limits (Chart)
August 29 - State Voter Registration Figures (chart)
August 29 - Summary of State Rules and Statistics (chart)
August 29 - Telephone Numbers of State Election Officials
August 29 - The Game Is the Same, But Not So the Rules
August 29 - THE TERRITORIES
September 5 - Realtors Lead in 1985-86 PAC Giving
September 5 - Sen. Proxmire: Iconoclast and Trailblazer
September 5 - Senate Freshmen's Campaign Debts Reduced (chart)
September 5 - Winners Have No Trouble Retiring Debts: Senate Freshmen Rewarded By Post-Election PAC Giving
September 12 - Campaign-Finance Cloture Bid Fails Again
September 12 - Hart Staying Out
September 12 - In 'Permanent Campaign' Era, Members' Funds Find Many Uses
September 12 - Jackson Headed In
September 12 - Largess Helps Charities and Other Causes
September 12 - Libertarian, Populist Party Nominations: Former Reps. Paul, Hansen Named for Presidential Bids
September 12 - Senate Calls for Clean Campaigns
September 12 - Uniform Poll-Closing Bill Advances
September 19 - New Member Profile: Christopher Shays, R-Conn.
September 19 - Plagiarism as Student, Candidate: Charges Make Biden Squirm,But He Reaffirms Campaign Bid
September 26 - Gubernatorial Campaign Ahead? After Trible's Retirement Jolt, Cool Response to His '89 Hints
September 26 - Rep. Boner Wins Nashville Mayoralty
September 26 - Second Presidential Dropout: Character Issue Strikes Again, Forcing Biden to Halt His Bid
October 3 - 1988 Congressional Election Calendar (chart)
October 3 - Committees Eschew Agenda-Setting: Once a Key Force in Elections, House Is Now Just a Sideshow
October 3 - Democrats Seek to Bolster Senate Margin...
October 3 - Dukakis' Bid Slips; Schroeder's Ends
October 3 - GOP Faces Tough Odds in Bid to Regain Senate
October 3 - Hopefuls Courting PACs Find Them Wary
October 3 - House Departures (as of 10/2/87)
October 3 - Preachers in Politics: Bids of Jackson and Robertson Are Uphill, But Bear Watching
October 3 - Senate Control: The Rule of Two or Twelve
October 3 - The '88 Calendar May Give Jackson a Boost (chart)
October 10 - Ballot Box Rarely a Route to the Top (chart)
October 10 - New Year to Bring New Member in Tennessee 5th
October 10 - No. 2 Job: Launch Pad or Graveyard? As Bush Wades In on His Own,His Strength, Image a Puzzle
October 10 - Peace Is at Hand in Democratic Rules Spat
October 17 - '88 Selection Process Stirs Debate in Three States
October 17 - Departure Could Affect Trade Bill Talks: Brock Resigning Labor Post To Join Dole's 1988 Campaign
October 17 - Gubernatorial Primary: Three of Louisiana's Members Seeking to Oust Gov. Edwards
October 17 - House Committee OKs Uniform Poll Closing Bill
October 17 - Sen. Evans to Disclose Campaign Plans
October 17 - The Reagan Presidency Fades Into Its Twilight
October 24 - Democrats Press FEC on Contra-Ads Inquiry
October 24 - Field Is Set in Tennessee's 5th District
October 24 - Fighting the System: Dick Armey Tries to Go Against a Powerful Tide
October 24 - Making It Work: Robert Roe: Ardent Defender of Helping Folks at Home
October 24 - Pork-Barreling to Win Votes Back Home... ...May Not Always Be as Easy as It Seems
October 24 - Pork: A Time-Honored Tradition Lives On
October 24 - Rushing the Congressional Pork Barrel... ...Is a Practice Almost as Old as the Nation
October 24 - Stennis' Move May Stir Leadership Changes
October 24 - Stennis, Evans Retire: Several in House Cast an Eye As a Pair of Senate Seats Open
October 31 - GOP Plight: A Matter of Supply and Demand
October 31 - History Is on the Side of the Democrats... ...In Kentucky's and Mississippi's Elections
October 31 - Veteran Raconteur Bows Out: The Edwards 'Hayride' Ends; Roemer to Be Louisiana Governor
November 7 - A 'New' Dole Bids Again for the White House
November 7 - Arizona's Mecham Is Recall Target
November 7 - Gubernatorial Results: Democrats Win in Mississippi and Kentucky
November 7 - Is It Who's Up Front That Counts? Yes and No (chart)
November 7 - The Ins and Outs of the '88 Campaign
November 14 - House Again Asks to Close Polls Uniformly
November 14 - Illinois' Gray Declares Retirement (chart)
November 14 - Special Primary Dec. 3: Tennesseans Ply Their Wares To a Battle-Weary 5th District
November 28 - Democratic Fields Take Shape in Three States
November 28 - Few Late-Bloomers in '88 Presidential Field
November 28 - Gore's Big Risk: Center-Right May Not Show
November 28 - Gore's No Nunn, But He Catches South's Eye
November 28 - Lungren Named California Treasurer
November 28 - Southern Democrats:
November 28 - Two Drop Out in Tennessee 5th
December 5 - Clement Is Democrats' Pick in Tennessee 5th (chart)
December 12 - An Opportunity for the GOP: Florida's 'Walkin' Lawton' Strolls Away From the Senate
December 19 - Crossing the Party Line Is Risky, Rare
December 19 - Delegate Selection Calendar for 1988 (chart)
December 19 - Democrats Mull, 'What Next?': Fuzzy Race Is Further Blurred By Hart's Surprising Re-entry
December 19 - Fees and Stakes Are High: What's in a Name? For Consultants, Much Cash
December 19 - Outlook for March 15 Primary: Illinois Fare: Southern Openings, Chicago 2nd

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