National Affairs: Elections

The November elections in an off year are seldom a matter of excitement, and 1925 is decidedly an off year between the Presidential year of '24 and the Congressional year of '26.

There were no Senate seats to be filled; only here and there was a Representative elected to fill a vacancy in the House. Just one Governor was to be chosen where there was any possible doubt of the outcome of the election. Most of the interest centered on the mayoralty fights in Boston, Detroit, New York City, Louisville, Kansas City, Indianapolis....

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