Victory In November Will Belong To The Party That Shows Up
Election '94 was dominated by the angry white male; '96 by the soccer mom. Now, campaign '98 is shaping up as a fight for the shoulder-shrugger. With Americans lulled by a buoyant economy, turnout this fall will decide who controls the House. That's why old-fashioned, get-out-the-vote drives will command as much attention as slick ad blitzes.
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