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April 22, 1991 | By The Times' Washington staff
A GOP-LED SENATE? For the first time since 1980, some political analysts believe the GOP has a chance to regain control of the Senate next year. Some of the Republicans' best chances appear to lie in the South, where four Democratic incumbents face problems. Sens. Terry Sanford of North Carolina, Wyche Fowler Jr. of Georgia, Richard C. Shelby of Alabama and John B. Breaux of Louisiana were elected in 1986 by 53% of the vote or less.
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April 22, 1991 | By The Times' Washington staff
A GOP-LED SENATE? For the first time since 1980, some political analysts believe the GOP has a chance to regain control of the Senate next year. Some of the Republicans' best chances appear to lie in the South, where four Democratic incumbents face problems. Sens. Terry Sanford of North Carolina, Wyche Fowler Jr. of Georgia, Richard C. Shelby of Alabama and John B. Breaux of Louisiana were elected in 1986 by 53% of the vote or less.
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October 5, 1992 | From Associated Press
Four U.S. House members vying for two seats face November runoff elections after close showings in Louisiana's unusual open primary. A fifth incumbent easily defeated his brother. Sen. John B. Breaux, a Democrat, and three incumbent House members were reelected Saturday. In the 5th District, near the state's border with Arkansas, Rep. Jim McCrery, a Republican who has served two full terms, outpolled eight-term Democratic Rep. Jerry Huckaby, but McCrery failed to avoid a runoff Nov. 3.
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