The big surprise in the twelve states that held primaries last week is that there were no big surprises. The only incumbent defeated was beaten by a former incumbent. In its continuing coverage of Campaign '82, TIME looks at the Massachusetts and Florida Governors' races, which show the diversity of leadership in the Democratic Party, and at the Minnesota and Montana Senate races, where it is evident that money matters.
It was a rerun of a bitter political contest whose first round was fought in 1978. Then as now, the Democratic gubernatorial primary in Massachusetts featured Michael Dukakis against Edward...