New York: The Curious Candidates

Although all he really had to do was send get-well cards to his virus-stricken opponent, New York's Republican Governor Nelson Rockefeller was running hard, fulfilling a promise to visit each of New York's 62 counties during this year's campaign. Running as hard or harder was Republican Senator Jacob Javits, who just never seems to sleep. But, barring the biggest sympathy vote in U.S. political history, Rockefeller and Javits might better spend their time preparing their victory speeches. For they are up against a couple of the most curious candidates ever nominated by...

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