NEW JERSEY: Key Election

Passing the three-quarter pole in his race for governor, New Jersey Republican Malcolm Forbes was joined last week by a seasoned political pacer. "Think of the news it would make," said Vice President Nixon, "if Malcolm Forbes won. We had a little election in Wisconsin—one the Republicans would like to forget.* An upset gave inspiration to the Democratic Party. An upset here would prove to Republicans all over the country that it can be done." On the chance that it could, Nixon toured seven key counties, made eight full-dress speeches, shook as many hands as he could reach (2,000...

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