THE CONGRESS: THE CONGRESS: Votes Sep. 13, 1926

California had its primaries last week. Political wise men said the results would be "significant."

For the Democratic Senatorial nomination, John B. Elliott (McAdoo man) defeated Isidore Dockweiler (backed supposedly by Tammany Hall). Late score: 53,350 to 03,839.

In the Republican primaries, Hiram Johnson lost with one card, triumphed by a scant margin with another. His man, Judge Robert M. Clarke, was repulsed for the Senate nomination by Senator Samuel M. Shortridge (staunch Coolidgeite). Late score: 305,750 to 219,239. For the governorship, C. C. Young (Johnson man) led Governor Friend W....

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