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

Makings of the 72nd (cont.)

The 72nd Congress, now in the making, will not be subject to reapportionment as a result of the 1930 census totals (see page 16). The 73rd Congress, to be elected in 1932, will have the first redeal of House seats to bring national representation into line with population shifts since 1910.*

Last week party primaries to nominate candidates for the November election were held in the following States:

Kansas. Republican Senator Arthur Capper, unopposed, will seek re-election for the third time against Jonathan McMillan Davis, onetime (1923-25) Democratic...

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