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How shall soldiers vote? Soldiers of the Union Army! you who have been "to the front", and faced the shot and shell of the rebels arrayed against you! the time has come when you may ratify by your ballots the principles and the herpism which you

How shall soldiers vote? Soldiers of the Union Army! you who have been "to the front", and faced the shot and shell of the rebels arrayed against you! the time has come when you may ratify by your ballots the principles and the herpism which you

Jackson ticket. Honor and gratitude to the man who has filled the measure of his country's glory--Jefferson

Jackson ticket. Honor and gratitude to the man who has filled the measure of his country's glory--Jefferson

Jackson delegate ticket. No "favored few, booted and spurred, ready to ride us legitimately by the grace of God"

Jackson delegate ticket. No "favored few, booted and spurred, ready to ride us legitimately by the grace of God"

Jackson ticket. American system. Speed the plough, the loom & the mattock

Jackson ticket. American system. Speed the plough, the loom & the mattock

To sweep the Augean Stable. For President, Andrew Jackson. For Vice-President, John C. Calhoun

To sweep the Augean Stable. For President, Andrew Jackson. For Vice-President, John C. Calhoun

Jackson ticket. Agriculture, commerce and manufactures

Jackson ticket.  Agriculture, commerce and manufactures

Jackson ticket. Internal improvement by rail roads, canals, & c.

Jackson ticket. Internal improvement by rail roads, canals, & c.

Jackson ticket. Agriculture, commerce and manufactures

Jackson ticket. Agriculture, commerce and manufactures

For Assembly. Luke Tiernan, George R. Richardson.

For Assembly. Luke Tiernan, George R. Richardson.

Jackson ticket. "Firm united let us be, rallying round our Hickory tree"

Jackson ticket. "Firm united let us be, rallying round our Hickory tree"

Democratic ticket. Liberty & equal rights

Democratic ticket.  Liberty & equal rights

Jinnoowine [i.e. "genuine"] Johnson ticket. "Carrying the war into Africa"

Jinnoowine [i.e. "genuine"] Johnson ticket. "Carrying the war into Africa"

Democratic ticket. Going the whole hog

Democratic ticket. Going the whole hog

Democratic ticket. Stop Van!!!

Democratic ticket. Stop Van!!!

For President: James K. Polk, of Tennessee. For Vice President: George M. Dallas, of Pennsylvania

For President: James K. Polk, of Tennessee. For Vice President: George M. Dallas, of Pennsylvania

Ballots, R - Fourth Cavalry (59th State Troops)

Ballots, R - Fourth Cavalry (59th State Troops)

Ballots, Levi - Fourth Cavalry (59th State Troops)

Ballots, Levi - Fourth Cavalry (59th State Troops)

"Watcher got?" / K.

"Watcher got?" / K.

Ballots Will Develop Women: Max Eastman Lecture

Ballots Will Develop Women: Max Eastman Lecture

Making the polls attractive to the anti-suffragists / Ralph Barton ; painted by Ralph Barton.

Making the polls attractive to the anti-suffragists / Ralph Barton ; painted by Ralph Barton.

Ceremonies - Salutes and Parades - Voting in Camps - Election day at Camp Upton, Long Island, New York. Soldiers casting their ballots at the election at Camp Upton

Ceremonies - Salutes and Parades - Voting in Camps - Election day at Camp Upton, Long Island, New York.  Soldiers casting their ballots at the election at Camp Upton

Ceremonies - Salutes and Parades - Voting in Camps - Election Day at Camp Upton, Long Island, New York. Soldiers casting their ballots at the election at Camp Upton

Ceremonies - Salutes and Parades - Voting in Camps - Election Day at Camp Upton, Long Island, New York.  Soldiers casting their ballots at the election at Camp Upton

Three men throwing ballots, tally sheets and poll books of the Newberry election of 1918 into furnace at the U.S. Capitol Power House - they were ordered to be burned by Federal Judge Tuttle of Detroit

Three men throwing ballots, tally sheets and poll books of the Newberry election of 1918 into furnace at the U.S. Capitol Power House - they were ordered to be burned by Federal Judge Tuttle of Detroit

Privileges and elections committee of the Senate now hold hearings on the contest brought by Geo. E.U. Peddy for Senator Earl B. Mayfield's seat. Lft. to rt. seated: Senators M.M. Neely of W.Va., W.H. King, of Utah, S.P. Spencer, of Mo., and James E. Watson, of Ind. standing Lft to rt.: W.F. Zimmerman, Atty. for Mayfield; E.P. Thayer, Sergeant-at-Arms in charge of Recount of Ballots; Wm. McLean, Atty. for Mayfield and Senator Ernst

Privileges and elections committee of the Senate now hold hearings on the contest brought by Geo. E.U. Peddy for Senator Earl B. Mayfield's seat. Lft. to rt. seated: Senators M.M. Neely of W.Va., W.H. King, of Utah, S.P. Spencer, of Mo., and James E. Watson, of Ind. standing Lft to rt.: W.F. Zimmerman, Atty. for Mayfield; E.P. Thayer, Sergeant-at-Arms in charge of Recount of Ballots; Wm. McLean, Atty. for Mayfield and Senator Ernst

Congress attests election result. At a joint session of the House and Senate the resul [...] ber election received the final attest of Congress today, [...]ary, 11th. The photo shows, Senator Albert Cummins, Presi[...] pro tempore of the Senate and Speaker of the House, Frederick Gi[...] on the Speaker's rostrum. Below them are the official tellers of the House and Senate, who took charge of the ballots, opening them in alphabetical order, left to right, Rep. Lamar Jeffers of Alabama; Senator Selden P. Spencer of Missouri; Rep. Hays P. White of Kansas and Senator William H. King of Utah

Congress attests election result. At a joint session of the House and Senate the resul [...] ber election received the final attest of Congress today, [...]ary, 11th. The photo shows, Senator Albert Cummins, Presi[...] pro tempore of the Senate and Speaker of the House, Frederick Gi[...] on the Speaker's rostrum. Below them are the official tellers of the House and Senate, who took charge of the ballots, opening them in alphabetical order, left to right, Rep. Lamar Jeffers of Alabama; Senator Selden P. Spencer of Missouri; Rep. Hays P. White of Kansas and Senator William H. King of Utah

"Senator" Jim Morrison. Although Jim Morrison was defeated in the recent election, he claims that he would have been elected if the ballots had been properly counted and habitually calls himself "Senator Morrison." He is a leader of the strawberry farmers, organizing the first cooperative union of the strawberry growers in Louisiana. He conducts the auction to which these growers consign their berries

"Senator" Jim Morrison. Although Jim Morrison was defeated in the recent election, he claims that he would have been elected if the ballots had been properly counted and habitually calls himself "Senator Morrison." He is a leader of the strawberry farmers, organizing the first cooperative union of the strawberry growers in Louisiana. He conducts the auction to which these growers consign their berries

Metropolitan's Board President, President and Counsel at sensational testimony at monopoly. Washington, D.C., Feb. 9. Frederick Eckner, President of the Board of Directors, Leroy Lincoln, President of Metropolitan Life Insurance Co., and John Lord O'Brian, Metropolitan Counsel. At the Monopoly Hearings today, Earl Steele, agent for Metropolitan, told SEC Chairman William Douglas that policyholders' names had been forged on ballots in biennial elections by officers in the company, 2-9-39

Metropolitan's Board President, President and Counsel at sensational testimony at monopoly. Washington, D.C., Feb. 9. Frederick Eckner, President of the Board of Directors, Leroy Lincoln, President of Metropolitan Life Insurance Co., and John Lord O'Brian, Metropolitan Counsel. At the Monopoly Hearings today, Earl Steele, agent for Metropolitan, told SEC Chairman William Douglas that policyholders' names had been forged on ballots in biennial elections by officers in the company, 2-9-39

Looking over ballots, November election, 1940. McIntosh County, North Dakota

Looking over ballots, November election, 1940. McIntosh County, North Dakota

Farmers reading ballots posted outside schoolhouse. Election day, McIntosh County, North Dakota

Farmers reading ballots posted outside schoolhouse. Election day, McIntosh County, North Dakota

Farmers looking at ballots posted outside of schoolhouse. Election day, McIntosh County, North Dakota

Farmers looking at ballots posted outside of schoolhouse. Election day, McIntosh County, North Dakota

Farm couple reading over ballots. Election day, November 1940. McIntosh County, North Dakota

Farm couple reading over ballots. Election day, November 1940. McIntosh County, North Dakota

Arlington, Virginia. Interior of the firehouse with firemen's trophies in the background. Citizens' names are checked to see that each has paid his poll tax and registered. Ballots for the national presidental election are presented to each for secret voting in the "Douglas Collapsible" booths, and the ballots are dropped in boxes

Arlington, Virginia. Interior of the firehouse with firemen's trophies in the background. Citizens' names are checked to see that each has paid his poll tax and registered. Ballots for the national presidental election are presented to each for secret voting in the "Douglas Collapsible" booths, and the ballots are dropped in boxes

Arlington, Virginia. A line of citizens at Wilson High School studying their ballots and waiting their turn to vote in the national presidental election. Votes are being collected from some who have already voted

Arlington, Virginia. A line of citizens at Wilson High School studying their ballots and waiting their turn to vote in the national presidental election. Votes are being collected from some who have already voted

Arlington, Virginia. Two voters leaving Wilson High School while others wait in line to enter to cast their ballots in the national presidental election

Arlington, Virginia. Two voters leaving Wilson High School while others wait in line to enter to cast their ballots in the national presidental election

Arlington, Virginia. Voters entering "Douglas collapsible" booths at Wilson High School to cast their ballots in the national presidental election

Arlington, Virginia. Voters entering "Douglas collapsible" booths at Wilson High School to cast their ballots in the national presidental election

Arlington, Virginia. Citizens being checked to verify payment of poll tax and proper registration before receiving ballots for the national presidental election. A fire hose wagon is in the background of the firehouse where the voting is taking place

Arlington, Virginia. Citizens being checked to verify payment of poll tax and proper registration before receiving ballots for the national presidental election. A fire hose wagon is in the background of the firehouse where the voting is taking place

A prospective voter awaits his turn to enter and place his ballots as a Federal police officer stands guard at the door of one of the many eastern Mostar polling locations on the day of the Mostar general elections

A prospective voter awaits his turn to enter and place his ballots as a Federal police officer stands guard at the door of one of the many eastern Mostar polling locations on the day of the Mostar general elections

A Federal police officer attends to his guard position outside while voters enter one of the several different Eastern Mostar polling locations to cast their ballots during the day of the Mostar general elections

A Federal police officer attends to his guard position outside while voters enter one of the several different Eastern Mostar polling locations to cast their ballots during the day of the Mostar general elections

A Muslim citizen places her ballots in the collection boxes of the Blagaj polling location during the Mostar general elections

A Muslim citizen places her ballots in the collection boxes of the Blagaj polling location during the Mostar general elections

Election officials check a prospective citizen voters registration identification against a registered voters list for the Bejrut polling location while a voter places his completed ballots in the respective ballot boxes

Election officials check a prospective citizen voters registration identification against a registered voters list for the Bejrut polling location while a voter places his completed ballots in the respective ballot boxes

Voters at the Blagaj polling location cast their ballots on the day of the Mostar general elections

Voters at the Blagaj polling location cast their ballots on the day of the Mostar general elections

Ballots being tabulated by election officials while a European Nations impartial observer looks on after the completion of the Mostar general elections at the Bejrut polling station

Ballots being tabulated by election officials while a European Nations impartial observer looks on after the completion of the Mostar general elections at the Bejrut polling station

A Muslim Bosnian citizen presents her voter registration identification card and awaits receiving her ballots at the Blagaj polling location on the day of the Mostar general elections

A Muslim Bosnian citizen presents her voter registration identification card and awaits receiving her ballots at the Blagaj polling location on the day of the Mostar general elections

Prospective Bosnian citizen voters wait in line to place their ballots at one of the many eastern Mostar polling locations while a Federal police officer stands guard at the entrance

Prospective Bosnian citizen voters wait in line to place their ballots at one of the many eastern Mostar polling locations while a Federal police officer stands guard at the entrance

A citizen voter is helped in filling out his ballots by a family member at one of the many polling locations on the day of the Mostar general elections

A citizen voter is helped in filling out his ballots by a family member at one of the many polling locations on the day of the Mostar general elections

Bosnian voters place their filled out ballots into their respective collection boxes at one of the many polling locations in eastern Mostar on the day of the Mostar general elections

Bosnian voters place their filled out ballots into their respective collection boxes at one of the many polling locations in eastern Mostar on the day of the Mostar general elections

Ballots being tabulates Votes are tabulated by election officials at the Bejrut polling location after the completion of the Mostar general elections

Ballots being tabulates Votes are tabulated by election officials at the Bejrut polling location after the completion of the Mostar general elections

A Muslim citizen receives her ballots from an election official at the Blagaj polling location after presenting the proper registration identification

A Muslim citizen receives her ballots from an election official at the Blagaj polling location after presenting the proper registration identification

In the main Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) warehouse, Admiral T. Joseph Lopez (in background), US Navy, Allied Forces Southern Europe, United States Naval Forces Europe and Commander of the Implementation Forces (IFOR), tours through the facility while civilian election workers process absentee voting ballots. Each drop-box in the several rows represent one candidate for the national election. Regular elections will be held for six days. IFOR personnel are in Bosnia in support of Operation JOINT ENDEAVOR (the multi-national peace mission in Bosnia)

In the main Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) warehouse, Admiral T. Joseph Lopez (in background), US Navy, Allied Forces Southern Europe, United States Naval Forces Europe and Commander of the Implementation Forces (IFOR), tours through the facility while civilian election workers process absentee voting ballots. Each drop-box in the several rows represent one candidate for the national election. Regular elections will be held for six days. IFOR personnel are in Bosnia in support of Operation JOINT ENDEAVOR (the multi-national peace mission in Bosnia)

Capljina polling station representative, Sabanovic Muhamed, seals ballots boxes after the Bosnia and Herzegovina elections during Operation JOINT ENDEAVOR

Capljina polling station representative, Sabanovic Muhamed, seals ballots boxes after the Bosnia and Herzegovina elections during Operation JOINT ENDEAVOR

Under police protection, Muslim voters move into segregated polling stations near the town of Rogatica, Republic of Srpska, to cast their ballots on the morning of the Bosnia-Herzegovina national elections

Under police protection, Muslim voters move into segregated polling stations near the town of Rogatica, Republic of Srpska, to cast their ballots on the morning of the Bosnia-Herzegovina national elections

A voter looks over a list of polling stations in Mostar, Bosnia-Herzegovina. The list of stations was posted to show voters the different places to cast their ballots on the morning of the Bosnia-Herzegovina national elections

A voter looks over a list of polling stations in Mostar, Bosnia-Herzegovina. The list of stations was posted to show voters the different places to cast their ballots on the morning of the Bosnia-Herzegovina national elections

Muslim voters wait to cast ballots at the school polling station in Potaci, Bosnia-Herzegovina, about ten miles northeast of the town of Mostar, on the morning of the Bosnia-Herzegovina national elections

Muslim voters wait to cast ballots at the school polling station in Potaci, Bosnia-Herzegovina, about ten miles northeast of the town of Mostar, on the morning of the Bosnia-Herzegovina national elections

Implementation Forces (IFOR) troops unload boxes, containing election ballots at a warehouse. The ballots are to be separated and tabulated during the post-election process

Implementation Forces (IFOR) troops unload boxes, containing election ballots at a warehouse. The ballots are to be separated and tabulated during the post-election process

Vedad Tafro (foreground) and an interpreter from Sarajevo working for the Organization of Security and Cooperation in Europe, make sure ballots coincide with their respectable boxes. Implementation Force troops provided security, ensuring the Bosnia and Herzegovina election ballots made it to their proper destination during Operation JOINT ENDEAVOR

Vedad Tafro (foreground) and an interpreter from Sarajevo working for the Organization of Security and Cooperation in Europe, make sure ballots coincide with their respectable boxes. Implementation Force troops provided security, ensuring the Bosnia and Herzegovina election ballots made it to their proper destination during Operation JOINT ENDEAVOR

Sanela Merdzanic of Sarajevo helps separate and count ballots from Bosnia's first free election. Implementation Force troops provided security, ensuring the Bosnia and Herzegovina election ballots made it to their proper destination during Operation JOINT ENDEAVOR

Sanela Merdzanic of Sarajevo helps separate and count ballots from Bosnia's first free election. Implementation Force troops provided security, ensuring the Bosnia and Herzegovina election ballots made it to their proper destination during Operation JOINT ENDEAVOR

Members of the United States Air Force with their ballots in hand, are ready to exercise their freedom to vote under field conditions. Published in AIRMAN Magazine October 1996

Members of the United States Air Force with their ballots in hand, are ready to exercise their freedom to vote under field conditions. Published in AIRMAN Magazine October 1996

A US Army (USA) AH-64 Apache helicopter assigned to B/Company, 2-211th Aviation Regiment refuels at the Asadabad, Landing Zone, provides security while ballots from the first-ever democratic national presidential election, are loaded onto a waiting helicopter, during Operation ENDURING FREEDOM

A US Army (USA) AH-64 Apache helicopter assigned to B/Company, 2-211th Aviation Regiment refuels at the Asadabad, Landing Zone, provides security while ballots from the first-ever democratic national presidential election, are loaded onto a waiting helicopter, during Operation ENDURING FREEDOM

A US Army (USA) AH-64 Apache helicopter assigned to B/Company, 2-211th Aviation Regiment refuels at the Asadabad, Landing Zone, during a mission to pick up ballots for the first-ever democratic national presidential election, during Operation ENDURING FREEDOM. An Afghanistan National Army (ANA) T-62 Main Battle Tank (MBT) and crew are visible in the background

A US Army (USA) AH-64 Apache helicopter assigned to B/Company, 2-211th Aviation Regiment refuels at the Asadabad, Landing Zone, during a mission to pick up ballots for the first-ever democratic national presidential election, during Operation ENDURING FREEDOM. An Afghanistan National Army (ANA) T-62 Main Battle Tank (MBT) and crew are visible in the background

Ballots boxes from the recent Afghanistan National Presidential Election are loaded onto a US Army (USA) CH-47 Chinook helicopter, assigned to B/Company, 2-14th Aviation Regiment, during Operation ENDURING FREEDOM

Ballots boxes from the recent Afghanistan National Presidential Election are loaded onto a US Army (USA) CH-47 Chinook helicopter, assigned to B/Company, 2-14th Aviation Regiment, during Operation ENDURING FREEDOM

The Transitional National Assembly (TNA) met for its 4th session in Baghdad, Iraq. Nominations were taken and a vote was cast. The votes were then read aloud as a tally was kept. Iraq's parliament has chosen Kurdish leader Jalal Talabani as the country's new president and his deputies will be former President Ghazi Yawer, a Sunni Arab, and Finance Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi, who is Shia. The three candidates received 227 votes, while 30 ballots were left blank. The voting happened during the Operation IRAQI FREEDOM timeline

The Transitional National Assembly (TNA) met for its 4th session in Baghdad, Iraq. Nominations were taken and a vote was cast. The votes were then read aloud as a tally was kept. Iraq's parliament has chosen Kurdish leader Jalal Talabani as the country's new president and his deputies will be former President Ghazi Yawer, a Sunni Arab, and Finance Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi, who is Shia. The three candidates received 227 votes, while 30 ballots were left blank. The voting happened during the Operation IRAQI FREEDOM timeline

Mr. Abdullah Qarani, an interperter for the U.S. Forces, Is at his booth choosing his candidates to vote for, he has two ballots to chose from, parliament ballot (blue one) and a provincial ballot (yellow one) of the candidates in the Zhari district on Sept. 18, 2005. The Afghan people went to the voting polls to vote for parliament and provincial candidates in the Zhari district, Kandahar Province. (U.S. Army photo by SGT. ANDRE Reynolds) (Released)

Mr. Abdullah Qarani, an interperter for the U.S. Forces, Is at his booth choosing his candidates to vote for, he has two ballots to chose from, parliament ballot (blue one) and a provincial ballot (yellow one) of the candidates in the Zhari district on Sept. 18, 2005. The Afghan people went to the voting polls to vote for parliament and provincial candidates in the Zhari district, Kandahar Province. (U.S. Army photo by SGT. ANDRE Reynolds) (Released)

An Afghan man leaves a cardboard booth with both of his ballots in his hand to place them in the ballot boxes at the districrt headquarters of the police chief in Zhari district, Kandahar Province on Sept. 18, 2005. The Afghan people went to the voting polls to vote for parliament and provincial candidates. The Afghan people want to put new candidates in office who would make a difference in their district. (U.S. Army photo by SGT. ANDRE Reynolds) (Released)

An Afghan man leaves a cardboard booth with both of his ballots in his hand to place them in the ballot boxes at the districrt headquarters of the police chief in Zhari district, Kandahar Province on Sept. 18, 2005.  The Afghan people went to the voting polls to vote for parliament and provincial candidates. The Afghan people want to put new candidates in office who would make a difference in their district. (U.S. Army photo by SGT. ANDRE Reynolds) (Released)

Iraqi election officals check and place the ballots into a ballot box after the elections on the constitutional referendum at a polling station. (U.S. Army photo by SPC. Jeffery Sandstrum) (Released)

Iraqi election officals check and place the ballots into a ballot box after the elections on the constitutional referendum at a polling station. (U.S. Army photo by SPC. Jeffery Sandstrum) (Released)

Under heavy Iraqi and US security, three cargo trucks loaded with elections ballots for the Dec. 15, 2005 Iraqi National elections arrive to the Mayor's Cell Government Zone, Samarra, Iraq, Dec. 12, 2005. The cargo trucks, as part of a convoy, came from the Salah Aldeen Warehouse, Tikrit Iraq. (U.S. Army photo by STAFF SGT. Alfred Johnson) (Released)

Under heavy Iraqi and US security, three cargo trucks loaded with elections ballots for the Dec. 15, 2005 Iraqi National elections arrive to the Mayor's Cell Government Zone, Samarra, Iraq, Dec. 12, 2005.  The cargo trucks, as part of a convoy, came from the Salah Aldeen Warehouse, Tikrit Iraq.  (U.S. Army photo by STAFF SGT. Alfred Johnson) (Released)

In back of an Iraqi cargo truck are boxes of election ballots to be used at election sites in and around the city of Samarra, Iraq for the Dec. 15, 2005 Iraqi National Elections. Three cargo trucks were loaded at Salah Aldeen Warehouse in Tikrit, Iraq, Dec. 12, 2005, and moved under heavy Iraqi and US security to the Mayor's Cell Government Zone, Samarra, Iraq. (U.S. Army photo by STAFF SGT. Alfred Johnson) (Released)

In back of an Iraqi cargo truck are boxes of election ballots to be used at election sites in and around the city of Samarra, Iraq for the Dec. 15, 2005 Iraqi National Elections.  Three cargo trucks were loaded at Salah Aldeen Warehouse in Tikrit, Iraq, Dec. 12, 2005, and moved under heavy Iraqi and US security to the Mayor's Cell Government Zone, Samarra, Iraq.  (U.S. Army photo by STAFF SGT. Alfred Johnson) (Released)

Iraqi election officials verified that all the ballots were in good condition before being loaded into the trucks.(U.S. Army photo by SPC. Teddy Wade) (Released)

Iraqi election officials verified that all the ballots were in good condition before being loaded into the trucks.(U.S. Army photo by SPC. Teddy Wade) (Released)

Three cargo trucks loaded with elections ballots for the Dec. 15, 2005 Iraqi National elections arrive to the Mayor's Cell Government Zone, Samarra, Iraq, Dec. 12, 2005. The trucks were under heavy Iraqi and US security during movement from the Salah Aldeen Warehouse, Tikrit, Iraq. (U.S. Army photo by STAFF SGT. Alfred Johnson) (Released)

Three cargo trucks loaded with elections ballots for the Dec. 15, 2005 Iraqi National elections arrive to the Mayor's Cell Government Zone, Samarra, Iraq, Dec. 12, 2005.  The trucks were under heavy Iraqi and US security during movement from the Salah Aldeen Warehouse, Tikrit, Iraq.  (U.S. Army photo by STAFF SGT. Alfred Johnson) (Released)

An Iraqi civilian using a forklift, start loading the trucks with election ballots and ballot boxes.(U.S. Army photo by SPC. Teddy Wade) (Released)

An Iraqi civilian using a forklift, start loading the trucks with election ballots and ballot boxes.(U.S. Army photo by SPC. Teddy Wade) (Released)

An Iraqi election official verified that all the ballots were in good condition before being loaded into the trucks.(U.S. Army photo by SPC. Teddy Wade) (Released)

An Iraqi election official verified that all the ballots were in good condition before being loaded into the trucks.(U.S. Army photo by SPC. Teddy Wade) (Released)

Iraqi citizens unload a truck filled with voting ballots at the Al Batara polling site in Samarra, Iraq, Dec. 14, 2005. On Dec. 15, 2005, Iraqi citizens will elect their first permanent parliamentary government, which will lead the new democracy for the next four years. (U.S. Army STAFF SGT. Alfred Johnson) (Released)

Iraqi citizens unload a truck filled with voting ballots at the Al Batara polling site in Samarra, Iraq, Dec. 14, 2005.  On Dec. 15, 2005, Iraqi citizens will elect their first permanent parliamentary government, which will lead the new democracy for the next four years.  (U.S. Army STAFF SGT. Alfred Johnson) (Released)

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Ballots in the Vare - Wilson election case arriving at the Capitol, 1/18/27

Ballots in the Vare - Wilson election case arriving at the Capitol, 1/18/27

Speaker elected for 'Little Congress.' Washington, D.C., Mar. 7. The 'Little Congress' composed of secretaries and office workers of members of Congress, after two elections, selected Nathaniel Turnball, assistant secretary to Senator Charles Andrews of Florida, as its speaker for the next 12 consecutive weeks. The first election was thrown out last week when somebody pointed out that more ballots were cast than there were voters. This preicipitated a first fight. The election, won by turnball, was hald again last night, and was guaranteed 'free from ballot-stuffing,' 3-7-40

Speaker elected for 'Little Congress.' Washington, D.C., Mar. 7. The 'Little Congress' composed of secretaries and office workers of members of Congress, after two elections, selected Nathaniel Turnball, assistant secretary to Senator Charles Andrews of Florida, as its speaker for the next 12 consecutive weeks. The first election was thrown out last week when somebody pointed out that more ballots were cast than there were voters. This preicipitated a first fight. The election, won by turnball, was hald again last night, and was guaranteed 'free from ballot-stuffing,' 3-7-40

Congress' reporters hold own elections. Washington, D.C., Jan. 20. The biennial election of press galleries of the House and Senate today cast ballots to elect a standing committee of five to supervise management of the two press galleries during the next two years. Here, Harriet Evans, casts her ballot while election officials, Chester R. Thrift, Douglas Cornell and Bill Donaldson, Superintendent of the House Press Gallery see that it is done right, 1/20/39

Congress' reporters hold own elections. Washington, D.C., Jan. 20. The biennial election of press galleries of the House and Senate today cast ballots to elect a standing committee of five to supervise management of the two press galleries during the next two years. Here, Harriet Evans, casts her ballot while election officials, Chester R. Thrift, Douglas Cornell and Bill Donaldson, Superintendent of the House Press Gallery see that it is done right, 1/20/39

Congress' reporters hold own elections. Washington, D.C., Jan. 20. The biennial election of press galleries of the House and Senate today cast ballots to elect a standing committee of five to supervise management of the two press galleries during the next two years. Here, Harriet Evans, casts her ballot while election officials, Chester R. Thrift, Douglas Cornell and Bill Donaldson, Superintendent of the House Press Gallery see that it is done right, 1/20/39

Congress' reporters hold own elections. Washington, D.C., Jan. 20. The biennial election of press galleries of the House and Senate today cast ballots to elect a standing committee of five to supervise management of the two press galleries during the next two years. Here, Harriet Evans, casts her ballot while election officials, Chester R. Thrift, Douglas Cornell and Bill Donaldson, Superintendent of the House Press Gallery see that it is done right, 1/20/39

[Broadsides, tickets, leaflets, sample official ballots, etc. 1929].

[Broadsides, tickets, leaflets, sample official ballots, etc. 1929].

[Broadsides, tickets, leaflets, sample official ballots, etc. 1929].

[Broadsides, tickets, leaflets, sample official ballots, etc. 1929].

[Broadsides, tickets, leaflets, sample official ballots, etc. 1929].

[Broadsides, tickets, leaflets, sample official ballots, etc. 1929].