Recycling caucus turnover is seen as par for the course
Nov 14, 2008 | 05:33 AM
| Martyn Chase
At least 16 members of the Congressional Recycling Caucus, including two senators, won't be returning for the new Congress next year, having lost their seats either in the Nov. 4 elections or retirement.
Two prominent Republican senators are among them, and a Republican caucus member, Sen. Saxby Chambliss (R., Ga.), faces a runoff election against Democrat Jim Martin in Georgia on Dec. 2 in a race that could determine whether the Democrats pick up 60 seats in the Senate.....
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