ELECTIONS: Winners & Losers

In Ohio, Democrats last week nominated the Mayor of Cleveland, and Republicans the Mayor of Cincinnati, to succeed John Bricker as Governor. Cleveland's able Frank Lausche (rhymes with howshay), his party's hottest vote getter in a decade (TIME, Nov. 15), got 30,000 more votes than his five opponents combined. Democrats jubilantly figured he might not only win the Governorship but also lure Republican Ohio into the Term IV column in November.

On the Republican side, Cincinnati's natty James Garfield Stewart, State Boss Ed Schorr's candidate, barely beat out two rivals, both last-named Herbert (TIME, March 13). One of the Herberts (Attorney...

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