November Tue, 1988
NEW JERSEY FOR BUSH, LAUTENBERG
George Bush appears to be riding a cresting wave to victory here in New Jersey, while Democratic incumbent Senator Frank Lautenberg has so far been able to stem an increasingly Republican tide and also appears headed for victory at the poiis today.
November Thu, 1988
VOTERS SEE BENTSEN MORE QUALIFIED THAN QUAYLE, BUT STATURE GAP NOT MUCH OF A FACTOR
Democratic Vice-Presidential candidate Lloyd Bentsen is clearly seen by New Jersey voters as more qualified to be President than his Republican counterpart Dan Quayle. Unfortunately for the Democratic ticket, however, the vice-presidential candidates are not very important factors for most voters in their decision about who to support for President, according to the latest Star-Ledger/Eagleton Poll.
November Wed, 1988
SPOTS IN THE SENATE: A PLAGUE ON BOTH YOUR HOUSES
The New Jersey Senate election between Democrat Frank Lautenberg and Republican Pete Dawkins has been called one of the most negative races in the country and is seen by many as one of the most negative in the state’s political history.
October Mon, 1988
RACE FOR THE SENATE: LAUTENBERG STILLS LEADS, BUT DAWKINS WITHIN STRONG DISTANCE
The race for the U.S. Senate in New Jersey has narrowed substantially between September and October, to the point where Republican challenger Pete Dawkins may now be within striking distance of incumbent Democratic Senator Frank Lautenberg.