State legislative aide Rick Bogovich, who survived last week's mayoral primary with 14% of the vote, insists he can beat incumbent Paul Soglin in the general election, reports news editor Bill Lueders. Bogovich says Soglin's push for a Frank Lloyd Wright convention center won't rid the Capitol Square of vacant storefronts. Soglin retorts that the center's goal is not to revive retail but to generate jobs, pegging his challenger as weak on land use and transit issues. Soglin also denies charges by local lefties that he's sold out, saying he's adapted his progressive values to the times. Soglin wins reelection with more than 70% of the vote and serves until 1997. Two decades later, he's back seeking yet another stint as mayor, this time as challenger to incumbent Dave Cieslewicz.