Politics Watch

CAMPAIGN NOTES FROM FAR AND WIDE

DEAD WOMAN RUNNING Jacquelyn Ledgerwood [photo 1], a Democratic candidate for Senate in Oklahoma, died before the primary. Even dead, she was a popular lady, taking 25% of the vote and forcing a runoff against air conditioner repairman Don E. Carroll. But Carroll may not prove the most fiery challenger. "I do have to work some," complains Carroll. "I have to eat; you know how that is. The mortgage is still due. I have to pay insurance." Republican incumbent Don Nickles can keep cool.

CROSSFIRE CURSE Why did Geraldine Ferraro [2], who entered the New...

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