The race is on for the Republican presidential nomination. And for the first time since 1964, the field is wide open. Now, 1964 was not a good year electorally for Republicans: Republican nominee Senator Barry Goldwater of Arizona won only 38 percent of the popular vote, Republicans dropped 36 seats in the House, giving Democrats a 155 seat majority, and Democrats picked up seats in the Senate, gaining full two-thirds control. Keep reading
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A daily advice column that harkens back to Anne Landers' signature style. Writer and mother Annie Lane writes in a voice that's sympathetic, funny and firm, offering common-sense solutions to life's dilemmas.