Rising Gas Prices and the 2006 Vote

From NPR’s Morning Edition:

Rising oil prices could have an impact on upcoming elections. Public frustration over gas prices and long gasoline lines cost President Carter his re-election in 1980, some critics are predicting that current gas prices may hurt Republican politicians in the 2006 mid-term elections.

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