The almanac of American politics 1994: the senators, the representatives and the governors: their records and election results, their states and district

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National Journal, 1995 - Election districts - 1583 pages
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No other resource offers such unique insight, breadth of data, and in-depth analysis. With incisive wit and candor, this exceptional almanac profiles every governor and member of Congress, along with the states and districts they represent. 600 photos. 50 maps.

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Barone, M., Ujifusa, G., & Matthews, D. (2011). The almanac of American politics 2012. Washington, DC: National Journal. Citation By: Bobbie Jo Noblett Reference Type: Almanac Call Number: 328.73/005 ... Read full review

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These books are updated every two years. They give a comprehensive analysis of the politics of every State and Congressional District. A wealth of information is included! Read full review

Contents

Congress AtAGlance
viii
Contract with America
xix
Alabama
1
Copyright

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About the author (1995)

Michael Barone is senior political analyst for the Washington Examiner and a Fox News Channel contributor."

About the Authors
Michael Barone, senior editor at U.S. News & World Report, has visited all 435 congressional districts. Barone regularly appears as an analyst and commentator on various television and radio news shows. He is a graduate of Harvard College and Yale Law School and lives in Washington, D.C.
Grant Ujifusa is president of the Ladd-Ujifusa Research Group, which conducts public-opinion polls and market research in the United States and Japan. He is a graduate of Harvard College and lives in Chappaqua, New York.
About the Publisher
Called "the nation's most respected nonpartisan source of information about how Washington policymaking machinery really works" by Newsweek, National Journal has been in the forefront of reporting on American politics for more than twenty-five years.

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