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Vermont Primary Elections 1998

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September 9, 1998 | From Times Wire Reports
A retired dairy farmer, who said he would spend only $16 on his tongue-in-cheek campaign, defeated a millionaire corporate consultant for the Republican nomination to challenge Vermont Sen. Patrick J. Leahy. It was the highlight of primary voting in four states, including New Hampshire, Wisconsin and Arizona, that decided nominations for four U.S. Senate seats and four governorships.
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September 9, 1998 | From Times Wire Reports
A retired dairy farmer, who said he would spend only $16 on his tongue-in-cheek campaign, defeated a millionaire corporate consultant for the Republican nomination to challenge Vermont Sen. Patrick J. Leahy. It was the highlight of primary voting in four states, including New Hampshire, Wisconsin and Arizona, that decided nominations for four U.S. Senate seats and four governorships.
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