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The Senate

Washington Outlook: CAPITAL WRAPUP


Every election seems to produce at least one upset in the Senate. Veteran Ohio Democrat John Glenn could be 1992's surprise loser. Glenn, whose reputation of rock-solid integrity was damaged by his involvement in the Keating Five savings-and-loan scandal, is getting less than majority support in his race against Lieutenant Governor Mike DeWine. A recent Political/Media Research poll shows Glenn leading in his bid for a fourth term by an uncomfortably close 47%-40% margin. On the Republican side, Missouri's Christopher S. Bond may also be in trouble. He holds only a 49%-41% lead over little-known challenger Geri Rothman-Serot. Meanwhile, in Georgia, former Peace Corps director Paul D. Coverdell has been gaining on Democratic Senator Wyche Fowler Jr., though Fowler still holds a 46%-to-32% lead.Edited by Stephen H. Wildstrom

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