Revolutionary Gingrich suddenly is a centrist offering to help Clinton Election showed speaker to be 'slightly more popular than Unabomber'; ELECTION 1996
DeJuliis blames loss on power of incumbency Ehrlich says voters in 2nd District simply 'want conservative view'; ELECTION 1996
GOP has narrow margin in Congress Republicans post net gain in Senate; House is uncertain; Most incumbents win; Some freshman Republicans face stiff challenges; ELECTION 1996
Democrats, GOP split votes for House seats Exit polls show uncertainty over who should be in control; ELECTION 1996
Salisbury voters pick 'lesser of evils' Satisfaction: Voters go against the grain in a politically conservative Salisbury precinct that usually prefers to elect Republicans as president.; ELECTION 1996
Casting votes of disapproval Gingrich's constituency lines up against Clinton; America goes to the polls; ELECTION 1996; From Atlanta
Gingrich treats attack ads as honor Speaker says Democrats created a 'fantasy'; ELECTION 1996
Outcome leaves both parties at sea Changes: Opposing factions vie for control of a rudderless GOP, while Clinton must set an agenda for his term under the spotlight of multiple investigations.
Clinton was able to learn from his early mistakes Rebound: President Clinton's comeback from the 1994 election debacle was helped by the arrogance of the Republican victors in Congress.; ELECTION 1996
State's incumbents leading challengers Md. race for Congress easier for those who live in district all year; CAMPAIGN 1996
A strenuous sham in Florida
WAKE UP, AMERICA After 10 interminable months of pratfalls and prostitutes, soft money and soccer moms, malaprops and Macarenas, football and Filegate, the monotony that was Campaign 1996 is finally almost over.
A watch on Washington C-SPAN: The cable channel provides surveillance of government and coverage of events the networks skip.
Leading liberals would rule if Democrats win Congress Major change possible in philosophical slant of committee chairmen; CAMPAIGN 1996
Clinton asks for ban on 'soft money' He again seeks to bar fund-raising methods that fuel his campaign; Huang furor isn't mentioned; His speech is attacked by Dole, Perot, though they, too, are criticized
Gilchrest-Eastaugh television debate points out differences between candidates Two do agree on environment; CAMPAIGN 1996
Ehrlich's troubled first term 2nd District endorsement: He has potential to move beyond ideology and become a leader.
For union, Gingrich an asset Steelworkers hope to focus voter anger on Republicans
Eight for Congress in Maryland Sun endorsements: With one exception, incumbents have proved they are up to the job.
Gingrich swaps charges with challenger Debate features exchanges on liberalism, shutdown
Now is the autumn of our discontent Election: As the presidential vote nears, people who revealed last summer which issues are important to their lives say the candidates have let them down. Susan Baer
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What this election is really about
Clinton finds welcome in conservative Ga. Nunn lauds president; Cleland is lukewarm; CAMPAIGN 1996
GOP launches TV blitz to answer Democrats Republicans outspend foes 3-to-1 on messages; CAMPAIGN 1996
Restoring the capital is a regional task
Big-time politics, little-town pundits Conservative voters in Thurmont sharpen their views over lunch; CAMPAIGN 1996
CLINTON vs. CLINTON Debates: The president has always found his rivals easier to beat than his own anti-matter; which inspires ambivalence among Americans.; CAMPAIGN 1996
Where are those angry voters? Political parties have numbled the feeling, not removed the cause
Candidates map sprint to the wire Strategists juggling 3 demands: message, schedule, coattails; Decisions 'become crucial'; Challenger targets president's character; Democrats huddle; CAMPAIGN 1996
Bartlett and Crawford cover familiar ground Debate in Westminster mostly an underwhelming confrontation; CAMPAIGN 1996
Gingrich, with no apologies Combat: The House speaker takes on Democrats and the media as he fights for his political future.
Incumbent is liberal and proud Campaign: In Hubert H. Humphrey's home state, a former Republican senator, Rudy Boschwitz, is using his incumbent opponent's views against him.; CAMPAIGN 1996
Money outshouts campaign reform House, Senate take little action; CAMPAIGN 1996
Frank MacConnell,61, a sports shop owner who...
Ehrlich open to a higher role Congressman viewed by GOP as rising star; CAMPAIGN 1996
Top Democrat's visit spurs harsh attack on DeJuliis campaign Ehrlich says Fowler came as 'attack dog'; CAMPAIGN 1996
Republicans retreat from the 'revolution' With election looming, lawmakers cede gains for quiet end of term; CAMPAIGN 1996
Wholesale loss of federal jobs appears less likely now
Ethics panel drops 3 charges against Gingrich Alleged 'slush fund' issues still being investigated
Who is the braver man?: Clinton invokes courage as Dole soft-pedals record
DeJuliis no novice in facing long odds 2nd District candidate emphasizes obstacles of her early adult life; CAMPAIGN 1996
Gingrich ethics case widens Veracity challenged: House subcommittee instructs counsel to probe further.
Dole targets 'wedge' issues in Calif. But public's response has not been strong; CAMPAIGN 1996
House ethics committee expands Gingrich inquiry Accuracy of data he provided is questioned
Targeting a freshman friend of Newt down on the farm
Gingrich: His flashing star fades Speaker marginalized: Democratic ethics charges, GOP distancing after glory years.
House Democrats move to force release of ethics panel's report on Gingrich Republicans could face cover-up charges on tax violation probe
Dole plans advertisements attacking Clinton record GOP says shift in tone meets Democrats' tactics; CAMPAIGN 1996