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and a very sympathetic figure, who has been very helpful to
medical research; Carl Elliott of Alabama; Kenneth Roberts of
Alabama; John Rooney of New York; Edith Green of Oregon;
Bob Jones of Alabama, who was defeated; Sydney Yates, who
has gone back into the Congress; Dodd of Connecticut;
Symington of Missouri; Ellson of Arizona, who was defeated;
Vance Hartke of Indiana, who won; Jackson of Washington;
Robert F. Kennedy; Mansfield of Montana, majority leader;
Joseph Montoy of New Mexico; Frank Moss of Utah; Muske of
Maine; John Pastore of Rhode Island; Pierre Salinger, who
was defeated; Senator McKee of Wyoming, who won; Joseph Tydings
of Maryland, who won; Genevisse Blatt of Pennsylvania, who
lost; Ralph Yarborough of Texas, who won. I also supported
Otto Kern for governor of Illinois and a few other people who
were defeated. Young Adlai Stevenson ran for the state legislature.
Did he make it?
Yes, in Illinois. That is about that.
As usual, the support went to the state committees.
Various committees--state committees mostly. You know,
all the Senators and Congressmen have a variety of committees
through which one can give.
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