Besides Georgia (see col. 1), eight other States held Congressional primaries last week. One other (Connecticut) chose its November candidates at State conventions.
In Arizona, Senator Carl Hayden and Representative John R. Murdock (New Dealers) were renominated, Republicans Burt H. Clingan and M. E. Cassidy picked to oppose them.
In Colorado, Senator Alva B. Adams (80% New Dealer lightly marked for Purging) was nominated without opposition. His opponent in November: Republican Archibald A. Lee of Denver. Renominated for Governor was crude Democrat Teller Ammons, to face Republican Ralph L. Carr.
In Connecticut, unPurged...