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Elections corrupt politicians, business finance.

Chicago trump usa.

An election entertainment at Brentford

The mode of elections considered. In Pennsylvania government, the representatives are chosen by ballot; and each elector is furnished with a ticket, by some one or other of the friends, agents, attornies, solicitors, or acquaintances of each can

To the freeholders and freemen of the City and County of New-York. Gentlemen. Every good citizen must necessarily desire to preserve the peace of the City, and the freedom of elections ... [Signed John Morin Scott, P.V.B Livingston. Theodorus Va

To the independent freeholders and freemen, of this City and County. It having been industriously propagated, that numbers of the voters of this City and County, have been long intimidated at elections and are therefore desirous of voting for th

New York. January 8, [1770]. All the real friends of liberty, and our happy constitution, having with the greatest regret, beheld at several of our late elections the most infamous bribery and corruption with the most brutal debauchery and riot

House of Commons, March 1770, Notes on Grenville Bill; Procedures for Settling Disputed Elections

Albany. 19th February, 1789. Gentlemen. One of the most important elections is soon to take place, that can possibly engage the attention of a free people---it is for a Governor, Lieutenant-Governor, a continental representative, state senators

To the citizens of the County of Philadelphia. Friends and Fellow Citizens. In common with the citizens of the State, you have been addressed by the Committee, appointed to promote the election of James Ross ... [Signed] Franklin. [1799?].

To the citizens of the County of Philadelphia. Friends and Fellow Citizens. In common with the citizens of the State, you have been addressed by the Committee, appointed to promote the election of James Ross ... [Signed] Franklin. [1799?].

Theodorus Bailey, April 1804, New York Elections

Morning Post extra. Boston, Wednesday Nov. 4, 1840. The elections. [Boston, 1840].

Courier Extra. Sunday, Nov. 8, 11 1-2 o'clock. The elections. Great and glorious news. New York. Nov. 8 [1840].

To the people of Madison County. The expected reply of Mr. G. T. M. Davis author of the address to the people of Madison County, of the 23d of April, on the approaching elections of August and November, to Mr. Krum's attack upon that address, wi

Fellow citizens:- It is not to be disguised that we are on the eve of one of the most important elections ever held in this country, and we of the Democratic Whig party ... By order of the Bensalem Clay Club [October, 1844].

John A. Dix to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, October 09, 1861 (Telegram regarding Maryland elections)

Leland Stanford to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, September 07, 1862 (Telegram reporting results of California elections)

Abraham Lincoln to Thomas Swann, Tuesday, October 27, 1863 (Interference of Federal Government in upcoming Maryland elections)

Montgomery Blair to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, November 11, 1863 (Sends letter concerning military interference in Maryland elections)

The Georgetown elections - the Negro at the ballot-box / Th. Nast. New and becoming styles of head-dressing.

Two members of the Ku-Klux Klan in their disguises The riots at the election in Blackburn, England.

[Cartoon relating to Republican defeat of Tammany Hall candidates in 1875 elections: "Tammany's Waterloo" trumpeting elephant standing on crushed remnants of "Reformed Tammany Hall"] / Th. Nast.

The presidential elections of the United States /

Group of Blooded Democrats at Mason City, Nebraska, during the Grover Cleveland campaign of 1888.

The upshot of the late elections --

An Act in Relation to the Rights of Residence to Vote at Special Tax Elections in Cities of Third Class

Women Seek to Vote in Third Class Cities Tax Elections

Hearing in Albany on Tax Elections in Third Class Cities

The Right of Representation of Taxpayer in Town, Villages and Cities of the third-class at Special Tax Elections

Women vote in Seattle elections

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Stellvertreter des Bürgermeisters - Kundmachung - Brünn - Mehrsprachiges Plakat

Mayoralty elections

Wahl des Bürgermeisters - Kundmachung - Brünn - Mehrsprachiges Plakat

Stadtverwaltung - Kundmachung - Czernowitz

Putilov Plant, Petrograd, meeting of workers (July 1920)

News Note: It is reported that men and women are betting hats at the November elections

Committee on Elections of the Senate engaged in the counting of the Ford-Newberry vote. Tellers in the foreground of the picture are Senators Walter E. Edge of N.J. and Selden P. Spencer of Mo.

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

FDR 1932 Campaign and Election

FDR 1932 Campaign and Election
FDR 1932 Campaign and Election

Fighting President (Part V)

Fighting President (Part V)
Fighting President (Part V)

Trade pacters. Wash. D.C. Prime Minister William MacKenzie King, of Canada, left, and U.S. Minister Norman Armous, arrive in Washington to take part in the signing of the Canadian-U.S. trade pact. Armour and MacKenzie King have been working on this pact since the Canadian elections. Details were concluded when the Prime Minister recently visited Washington. The importance of the treaty may be judged by the fact that Canada is the second largest foreign customer for U.S. goods, 11/15/35

Photograph of Elections Exhibit (Harry S. Truman)

Photograph of Elections Exhibit (Herbert Hoover)

Photograph of Elections Exhibit (Franklin Delano Roosevelt)

Photograph of Elections Exhibit (Dwight D. Eisenhower)

DEMOCRATIC VICTORY DINNER. WASHINGTON, D.C. MARCH 4. WITH PRESIDENT AND MRS. ROOSEVELT AS HONORED GUESTS, THOUSANDS OF LOYAL DEMOCRATS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE COUNTRY SAT DOWN TO THE HUNDRED-DOLLAR-A-PLATE DINNER TONIGHT IN WASHINGTON TO CELEBRATE THE OVERWHELMING DEMOCRATIC VICTORY IN LAST NOVEMBER'S ELECTIONS. ACTUALLY ONLY FIVE DOLLARS WENT FOR FOOD, THE OTHER NINETY-FIVE DOLLARS WAS STORED AWAY IN THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY WAR CHEST. PRESIDENT AND MRS. ROOSEVELT ARE SHOWN WITH POSTMASTER GENERAL JAMES A. FARLEY, CHAIRMAN OF THE DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL COMMITTEE

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

Essay from Woody Guthrie to Alan Lomax, ca. November 1940

Kennett, Dunklin County, Missouri. Voting in the primary elections

Kennett, Dunklin County, Missouri. Voting in the primary elections at the courthouse

Tuesday in November

Tuesday in November
Tuesday in November

[Presidential Elections]

[Presidential Elections]

[Presidential Elections]

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[Presidential Elections]

[Presidential Elections]

[French Presidential Elections 1953]

[Presidential Elections]

[Presidential Elections]

[Presidential Elections]

[Presidential Elections]

[Presidential Elections]

[Presidential Elections]

[Presidential Elections]

[Presidential Elections]

Elections U.S.A. (Poster 2)

Elections Poster

Kennedy-Johnson supporters in Tallahassee

Woman viewing portrait of Nixon - Tallahassee

Poster Series on U.S. Elections

Political campaign sign for Claude Kirk - Jacksonville

Pumpkins carved in the likeness of President Jimmy Carter in Polk County, Florida

Australian L-1A1 and M-16A1 rifles lie on the ground with the gear of Australian troops serving in the United Nations Transition Assistance Group (UNTAG) during operation ELECTION DISTRICT. UNTAG will perform peacekeeping duties and monitor the November 1989 elections and independence of Namibia

STAFF Sergeant James A. Noble of the 9th Military Airlift Squadron helps Australian troops to push a pallet of supplies out of a 60th Military Airlift Wing C-5A Galaxy aircraft during operation ELECTION DISTRICT. THE C-5 is transporting a contingent of Royal Australian Engineers to assist United Nations Transition Assistance Group (UNTAG) peacekeeping forces in preparation for the November 1989 elections and independence of Namibia

Royal Australian Engineers assigned to the United Nations Transition Assistance Group (UNTAG) board a US Military Airlift Wing C-5A Galaxy aircraft during operation ELECTION DISTRICT. UNTAG will perform peacekeeping duties and monitor the November 1989 elections and independence of Namibia

STAFF Sergeant James A. Noble of the 9th Military Airlift Squadron directs the unloading of a 60th Military Airlift Wing C-5A Galaxy aircraft during operation ELECTION DISTRICT. THE C-5 is transporting a contingent of Royal Australian Engineers to assist United Nations Transition Assistance Group (UNTAG) peacekeeping forces in preparation for the November 1989 elections and independence of Namibia

A 60th Military Airlift Wing C-5A Galaxy aircraft, part of operation Election District, takes on a contingent of Australians to join Headquarters Civil Engineers United Nations Transition Assistance Group (HQ CE UNTAG). The engineers will construct facilities for UNTAG, which will perform peacekeeping duties and monitor the November 1989 elections and independence of Namibia

A fire truck stands by at the arrival of a 60th Military Airlift Wing C-5A Galaxy aircraft transporting members of the United Nations Transition Assistance Group (UNTAG). UNTAG will perform peacekeeping duties and monitor the November 1989 elections and independence of Namibia

The Royal Australian Regiment 3rd Battalion band plays a sendoff for a United Nations Transition Assistance Group (UNTAG) contingent of Royal Australian Engineers during operation ELECTION DISTRICT. UNTAG will perform peacekeeping duties and monitor the November 1989 elections and independence of Namibia

A member of the Namibian Special Forces exchanges patches with a US Air Force security policeman serving during operation ELECTION DISTRICT in the United Nations Transition Assistance Group (UNTAG). UNTAG will perform peacekeeping duties and monitor the November 1989 elections and independence of Namibia

STAFF Sergeant Donald Dufresne Sr., 9th Military Airlift Squadron, directs the unloading of United Nations Transition Assistance Group (UNTAG) Land Rover vehicles from a 60th Military Airlift Wing C-5A Galaxy aircraft during operation ELECTION DISTRICT. The C-5 is transporting a contingent of Royal Australian Engineers to assist UNTAG peacekeeping forces in preparation for the November 1989 elections and independence of Namibia

Australian troops prepare to push a pallet of supplies out of a US 60th Military Airlift Wing C-5A Galaxy aircraft during operation ELECTION DISTRICT. THE C-5 is transporting a contingent of Royal Australian Engineers to assist United Nations Transition Assistance Group (UNTAG) peacekeeping forces in preparation for the November 1989 elections and independence of Namibia

SGT Mark E. Ransom, 22nd Military Airlift Squadron loadmaster, and SGT Bret Hartman, his Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) counterpart, confer in the hold of a 60th Military Airlift Wing C-5A Galaxy aircraft during operation Election District. The C-5 is taking on a contingent of Royal Australian Engineers who will construct facilities for the United Nations Transition Assistance Group (UNTAG) peacekeeping forces monitoring the November 1989 elections and independence of Namibia

A close-up view of a United Nations Transition Assistance Group (UNTAG) plate on a vehicle bound for Namibia. As part of operation Election District, a U.S. 60th Military Airlift Wing C-5A Galaxy aircraft is transporting a contingent of Australian military engineers to assist UNTAG peacekeeping forces in preparation for the November 1989 elections and independence of Namibia

The Royal Australian Regiment 3rd Battalion band plays a sendoff for a United Nations Transition Assistance Group (UNTAG) contingent of Royal Australian Engineers during operation ELECTION DISTRICT. UNTAG will perform peacekeeping duties and monitor the November 1989 elections and independence of Namibia

Royal Australian Engineers assigned to the United Nations Transition Assistance Group (UNTAG) board a US Military Airlift Wing C-5A Galaxy aircraft during operation ELECTION DISTRICT. UNTAG will perform peacekeeping duties and monitor the November 1989 elections and independence of Namibia

An Australian airman chains down a United Nations Transition Assistance Group (UNTAG) Land Rover vehicle in the hold of a US 60th Military Airlift Wing C-5A Galaxy aircraft during operation ELECTION DISTRICT. The C-5 is transporting a contingent of Royal Australian Engineers to assist UNTAG peacekeeping forces in preparation for the November 1989 elections and independence of Namibia

United Nations Transition Assistance Group (UNTAG) Land Rover and other vehicles are loaded into a US 60th Military Airlift Wing C-5A Galaxy aircraft during operation ELECTION DISTRICT. The C-5 is transporting a contingent of Royal Australian Engineers to assist UNTAG peacekeeping forces in preparation for the November 1989 elections and independence of Namibia

U.S. and Australian personnel push a container of equipment and building materials into a U.S. 60th Military Airlift Wing C-5A Galaxy aircraft during OPERATION ELECTION DISTRICT. It will be used for barracks and facilities construction by a contingent of Royal Australian Engineers who are assisting United Nations Transition Assistance Group (UNTAG) peacekeeping forces in preparation for the November 1989 elections and independence of Namibia

A 60th Military Airlift Wing C-5A Galaxy aircraft, part of operation Election District, takes on a contingent of Australians to join Headquarters Civil Engineers United Nations Transition Assistance Group (HQ CE UNTAG). The engineers will construct facilities for UNTAG, which will perform peacekeeping duties and monitor the November 1989 elections and independence of Namibia

United Nations Transition Assistance Group (UNTAG) is loaded into a US 60th Military Airlift Wing C-5A Galaxy aircraft during operation ELECTION DISTRICT. The C-5 is transporting a contingent of Royal Australian Engineers to assist UNTAG peacekeeping forces in preparation for the November 1989 elections and independence of Namibia

Kenyan Lieutenant Colonel Frank Mwangangi, military assistant to the United Nations Transition Assistance Group (UNTAG) General Forces Commander, greets a member of the Royal Australian Engineers District. UNTAG will perform peacekeeping duties and monitor the November 1989 elections and independence of Namibia

The United Mine Workers of America (UMWA) Local Hall displaying a campaign sign supporting gubernatorial candidate Pritt

Clyde McKnight, UMWA member, running for public office and campaigning at the Drews Creek Church ramp supper

The United Mine Workers of America (UMWA) building in Montcoal displaying a campaign sign supporting gubernatorial candidate Pritt

Multi-national security police stand in front of the Hotel Ero in Western Mostar to provide security protection to the dignitaries lodging there on the eve of the Mostar general elections

A patient of a western Mostar hospital looks out onto the streets on the eve of the general elections