Election of a Senator from Pennsylvania: Hearings Before a Special Committee Investigating Expenditures in Senatorial Primary and General Elections, United States Senate ... Pursuant to S. Res. 195 (69th Congress) ... and S. Res. 324 (69th Congress) ...

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1927 - Campaign funds - 150 pages
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Page 1 - Every person who, having been summoned as a witness by authority of said committee, or any subcommittee thereof, willfully makes default, or who, having appeared, refuses to answer any question pertinent to the investigation heretofore authorized, shall be held to the penalties provided by section 102 of the Revised Statutes of the United States ( USC, title 2, sec.
Page 75 - ... and the committee will stand in recess subject to the call of the chairman. We will give you notice in advance of a meeting.
Page 135 - District election boards shall consist of a judge and two inspectors, who shall be chosen annually by the citizens. Each elector shall have the right to vote for the judge and one inspector, and each inspector shall appoint one clerk.
Page 1 - Claimant without deduction; and at such Time or Times, and at such Place or Places, as shall be awarded by the said Commissioners, and on Condition of such...
Page 74 - Now, therefore, be it Resolved, That the acceptance and expenditure of the various sums of money aforesaid in behalf of the candidacy of the said Frank L. Smith is contrary to sound public policy, harmful to the dignity and honor of the Senate, dangerous to the perpetuity of free government...
Page 66 - As soon as a voter Is admitted within the rail the election officer having charge of the ballots shall detach a ballot from the stub and give it to the said voter, but shall first fold It so that the words printed on the back and outside, as provided in section fifteen of this act, shall be the only wording visible and no ballot shall be voted unless folded in the same manner. Not more than one ballot shall be given to a voter except as provided in section twenty-five of this act. As soon as a voter...
Page 1 - Senate; and said committee is hereby authorized and instructed immediately to investigate what moneys, emoluments, rewards, or things of value, including agreements or understandings of support for appointment or election to office have been promised, contributed, made or expended, or shall hereafter be promised, contributed, expended, or made by any person, firm, corporation, or committee, organization, or association, to influence the nomination of any person as a candidate of any political party...
Page 59 - 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.
Page 3 - Committee under this resolution shall be paid from the contingent fund of the Senate upon vouchers approved by the chairman of the Select Committee. Sec. 5. As used in this resolution, the term "officer or employee of the Senate...
Page 1 - Republican, and two members from the minority political party« shall be appointed by the President of the Senate; and said committee is hereby authorized and instructed immediately to investigate what moneys, emoluments, rewards, or things of value, including agreements or understandings of support for appointment or election to office have been promised, contributed, made or expended, or shall hereafter be promised, contributed, expended, or made by any person, firm, corporation, or committee,...

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