Senatorial Campaign Expenditures: Hearings, Sixty-ninth Congress, First Session Pursuant to S. Res. 195
United States. Congress. Senate. Special Committee Investigating Expenditures in Senatorial Primary and General Elections
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1926 - Campaign funds
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advise alleged amount appear asked attorney ballot box ballots bank behalf believe called campaign candidate CHAIRMAN charge collected committee connection contained contributions counsel course Court CROWE CUNNINGHAM decline Democratic district division election election officers evidence examination expended expenditures fact FOLWELL fraud fraudulent funds further gave give given GOLDER Governor GRUNDY hearing included indicated instances INSULL interested Judge list of voters marked matter McKinley mean names nomination officers organization paid party Pennsylvania persons Philadelphia political present primary question reason receipts received records referred refuse to answer registration represented Republican returned SCHUYLER Senator King senatorial Smith specification spent statement stubs submitted sums tell testified testimony ticket tion United States Senator Vare various votes ward Watson WEST Wilson witness
Page 7 - Every person who having been summoned as a witness by the authority of either House of Congress to give testimony or to produce papers upon any matter under inquiry before either House, or any...
Page 36 - ... in case of a question submitted to the vote of the people, by marking in the appropriate margin or place a cross (X) against the answer which he desires to give. Before leaving the voting shelf or compartment, the voter shall fold his ballot, without displaying the marks thereon, in the same way it was folded when received by him, and he shall keep the same so folded until he has voted. He shall vote in the manner now provided by law before leaving the enclosed space, and shall deposit his ballot...
Page 21 - Third. He shall have resided in the election district where he shall offer to vote at least two months immediately preceding the election, fourth. If twenty-two years of age or upwards he shall have paid within two years a State or county tax, which shall have been assessed at least two months and paid at least one month before the election.
Page 1 - Claimant without deduction; and at such Time or Times, and at such Place or Places, as shall...
Page 29 - It shall be the duty of the judge of election to secure the observation of the provisions of this section, to keep order in the room in which the voting is held and to see that no more persons are admitted within the enclosed space than are allowed by this act.
Page 2 - Washington, DC The committee met, pursuant to the call of the chairman, at 10 o'clock am, in the room of the Committee on Privileges and Elections in the Capitol, Senator Richard P.
Page 5 - It shall be unlawful to administer the oath of office to any person elected to any public office, until he has filed an account as required by this act, and no such person shall enter upon the duties of his office until he has filed such account, nor shall he receive any salary for any period prior to the filing of the same.
Page 17 - Fourth, For the rent, maintenance and furnishing of offices ; Fifth, For the payment of clerks, typewriters, stenographers, janitors, and messengers actually employed; Sixth, For the employment of...
Page 17 - If the aggregate receipts or disbursements of a candidate or political committee, in connection with any nomination or election, shall not exceed fifty dollars, the treasurer of the committee or candidate shall, within thirty days after the election, certify that fact, under oath, to the officer with whom the statement is filed, as hereinafter provided.