The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on March 29, 1998 · Page 5
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 5

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Sunday, March 29, 1998
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'J THE PALM BEACH POST SUNDAY, MARCH 29, 1998 5A GOP has edge in holding on to House 1 1 4 "Bob Knows Waterfront" view it as excessively partisan. And, Democrats concede that they have no chance to regain the majority in the Senate. And, the issue might not sway voters one way or another. inougn incumbents are mindful of the possibility of Illustrated properties 626-7000 Ext. 221 dramatic event that could alter the political forces, they are en 777 7 JH '" joying what many of them said in interviews is the most stress-free so slim that no one can speak with confidence about the outcome. Even if the House does not change hands, the result will be important in determining President Clinton'-s negotiating room over the next two years. The quiet campaign environment may be deceptive. The wild card looming over the electorate is how or even whether the White House sex scandal will play out. It could bring out angry Republicans in November. Or if the House Republicans conduct impeachment hearings, that could embolden Democrats who could The New York Times WICHITA, Kan. As Republicans struggle to retain the narrowest House majority held by any party in the past half-century, they may benefit in this year's midterm elections from something of a political security blanket: Incumbents around the United States are savoring high popularity ratings, and the sturdy economy and dearth of contentious issues has left many challengers with no foothold. Although the two parties are also wrangling over 36 governorships and a third of the Senate, the early signs point to one of the preelection period in years. "It's going to be a huge incumbent's year," said Rep. Joe Scarborough, R-Fla. "It's going to be monstrous. I think 98 percent will return" to office. 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