THE CONGRESS: Makings of the 72nd (Cont.)

Makings of the 72nd (Cont.)

A primary election in Montana last week added to the makings of the 7 2nd Congress. More than 5,000 candidates—one out of every 44 voters—were in the field for State and local offices.

Unopposed for the Democratic senatorial nomination, Senator Thomas Joseph Walsh received 26,674 complimentary votes.

Albert John Galen, 54, onetime cowpuncher, Associate Justice of the State Supreme Court, won the Republican nomination for the Senate over Oliver Hazard Perry ("One Half Pint") Shelley, one-time Montana Prohibition Administrator, Red Lodge...

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