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Election preview.

One cover story for this issue discuss the 2002 midterm elections. Voters will elect 36 state Governors, 34 U.S. Senators, and all 435 members of the House of Representatives. We explain what is at stake, and then look at three hotly contested elections--one for the Senate, one for the House, and one for Governor. An election map shows the congressional and gubernatorial races taking place in each state.

You will also find an article on the problem of bullying, a play about Sam Adams and the American Revolution-part of our "We, the People" series--and rules for the "I'm a Patriot" essay contest. This issue also includes an important supplement on drug education, prepared by Scholastic and the National Institute on Drug Abuse (see box above).

Lee Baier

Executive Editor, lbaier@scholastic.com
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Date:Oct 4, 2002
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