POLITICAL NOTES: Senate Prospects

The present division of the U.S. Senate (47 Republicans, 47 Democrats and Wayne Morse) pleases nobody except Wayne Morse. With elections to be held next year for the places now occupied by 13 Republicans and 21 Democrats, planners of both parties are busy figuring out ways & means to win control of the Senate. The G.O.P. has a covetous eye on the Senate seats of five Democrats: Illinois' Douglas, Iowa's Gillette, Delaware's Frear, Montana's Murray and Minnesota's Humphrey. Democrats have marked four Republicans for defeat: Michigan's Ferguson,

Kentucky's Cooper, California's Kuchel and Massachusetts' Saltonstall.

Targets for Democrats: ¶Homer Ferguson: A few...

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