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THE 1998 ELECTIONS: THE NATION -- THE OVERVIEW; DEMOCRATS HOLD OFF G.O.P. ADVANCE, WEAKENING IMPEACHMENT PROSPECTS; SCHUMER OUSTS D'AMATO; PATAKI WINS

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THE 1998 ELECTIONS: THE NATION -- THE OVERVIEW; DEMOCRATS HOLD OFF G.O.P. ADVANCE, WEAKENING IMPEACHMENT PROSPECTS; SCHUMER OUSTS D'AMATO; PATAKI WINS
Democrats roar back in midterm elections, winning impressive victories in crucial Senate and gubernatorial races nationwide despite months of dire predictions by Republicans and Democrats that Pres Clinton's sex scandal would drag down party's candidates; Republicans maintain control of Senate and House, but Democrats' strong showing in off-year election, when party in White House typically loses seats, makes it far less likely that Congress will move ahead aggressively with impeachment inquiry; Republicans fail to come close to publicly stated goals of winning 60 Senate seats, number needed to cut off filibusters, or to substantially widen party's narrow 11-seat edge in...
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