POLITICS: Conventions

The Republican state convention at Indianapolis last week disposed of the last large bloc of votes to be chosen before the national convention. To no one's surprise, the convention chose 30 Taft and two Eisenhower supporters (both from pro-Ike Indianapolis). When the convention ordered all 32 to vote as a unit for Taft, the two Ikernen announced that they would disregard the instruction.

Other Republican conventions:

¶ In the District of Columbia, a gathering composed almost entirely of cliff dwellers (native Washingtonians) voted overwhelmingly to give all 6 of the city's...

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