Congress' Rookies Will Be Ready To RockRichard S. Dunham
The clarion call for "change" may be boffo on the Presidential campaign trail, but in Washington the word evokes dread. And this year the gloom is especially thick on Capitol Hill. Voters, furious at incumbents, are expected to see to it that one in three seats in the House of Representatives is filled by a newcomer next January. In the Senate, turnover won't be as drastic--but up to 18 rookies could take seats in the upper chamber come 1993.
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