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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

Queries, to the voters of Baltimore County. [Signed] Antismithites, January- 1789. [Baltimore: Printed by William Goddard? 1789]

To the voters of Maryland. On Monday next, you are to elect six representatives in Congress; but your choice is limitted [limited] to the characters mentioned in the two tickets proposed by the late meeting at Annapolis, and by Baltimore-Town ..

An address, to the voters for electors of President and Vice President of the United States in the State of Virginia ... The American Republic ticket. [List of electors with districts] Richmond, 26th May, 1800. By order of the Committee entruste

An address to the voters for electors of President and Vice-President of the United States, in the State of Virginia ... Alexandria Printed by Wm. Fowler [180-].

Voters this day carefully make your choice Snyder and peace or Ross and war. [Penn. 1808?].

To the voters of the City of Washington. Some vile incendiaries, who have no regard either for truth or decency, having labored to calumniate Captain Thomas Carbery, for the purpose of injuring his election, it is deemed proper by some of his fr

To the voters of the second electoral district of Maryland composed of Calvert, a part of Prince George's & Montgomery counties. Fellow-Citizens. The time will soon arrive when you will feel it to be your bounden duty calmly and deliberately to

To the voters of Baltimore County. Fellow Citizens. Having been announced as an elector of President and Vice-President of the United States, and that annunciation being approved of by respectable meetings in the County, I did not consider it ne

To the voters of the third ward. You have offered to your choice, this day, for the Council a respectable man, and a consummate slanderer. Which will you choose? ... [Signed] A Voter. Monday, June 5, 1826 [Washington, D. C. 1826].

To the free voters of the State of Maryland. The present crisis of affairs as respects not only the United States, but the relative position of every potentate of Europe, calls loudly upon the inhabitants of the only Republic in the world to att

Ambitious views. To the voters at the next election ... An old Kentuckian. [Kentucky 1829?].

Circular--- No. IV. To the voters of the second Congressional district of Tennessee. Fellow-Citizens:- When I wrote my "Circular- No. III" I suspected that Mr. Lea would delay the publication of his answer to so late a period that I should not h

To the voters of the eighth Congressional district. Fellow Citizens: it has become necessary for me to publish a circular, in addition to the one already before the people for the purpose of correcting some erroneous impressions which have been

To the voters of the First ward. Fellow-citizens, You will all agree with me, that any man who stands convicted by a jury of his countrymen of rraud, deserves not their suffrage for the meanest office in their gift.- Therefore, examine your tick

To the voters of Washington City. John P. Van Ness, the present mayor, having overcome the "reluctance" which he officially declared had influenced his first acceptance of the office, is now actively engaged in the hopeless work of removing that

Fourth appeal to the free and independent voters of Congressional district No. 9 ... Holliston, July 20th, 1833.

To the voters of the fifth Congressional district of Indiana. Composed of the Counties of Fayette, Wayne, Union, Henry, Randolph, Delaware, Grant, Huntingdon, Allen and La Grange ... Jonathan M'Carty. Washington City, March 5th, 1835.

To the voters of the Second Ward. Fellow-Citizens ... C. L. Coltman. [Washington, D. C.] June 1st, 1835.

Antimasonic address to the anti-masonic voters of Norfolk County and the ninth Congressional district of Massachusetts. [1835?].

To the voters of the 2d Ward, Gentlemen, having seen a handbill signed "A citizen" heaping the vilest abuse, and containing without exception the vilest falsehoods respecting Charles L. Coltman, and asking your votes for Edward Dyer .... therefo

To the Democratic voters of Frederick County Fellow-citizens of the county of Frederick: An important aera in the history of our country is fast approaching. On the first Monday in November next, you will be called upon to exercise the highest r

To the voters of Greene and Jersey. E. M. Daley and his certificates! proved false. Fellow citizens ... Jacob Van Dike. Jerseyville, August 1, 1840.

To the voters of Washington. You have a great interest at stake. Your canal stock is at hazard. Do not be thrown off your guard by the deceptious letter of Col. Seaton ... Johnson Hellen. May 30, 1840.

To the voters of Madison County. The people of [blank] precinct, are respectfully solicited to meet the candidates at [blank] on the [blank] day of July, at 12 o'clock. [s. l., 1840?].

To the voters of Jersey County [Campaign broadside ticket for Jersey county] Jerseyville [Ill.] July 24, 1840. [Jerseyville? Ill.].

Republicans of Old Greene, rally at the call of your country ... We repeat again, turnout and hear the principles of one of the purest Republicans of the age, defended, that of Gen. Jackson. Many voters. September 2d, 1840.

Federal-Abolition-Whig trap, to catch voters in

To the independent voters of the Congressional districts of Barnwell, Richland, Lexington and Orangeburg:-- Fellow citizens: The Hon. S. H. Butler having resigned his seat in Congress, you will be called on the choose a representative, on the fi

... As some misapprehension exists on the subject of a supposed pledge, said to have been given by the present mayor, at the time of his inauguration, to serve, but one term, his inaugural address is here published ... Several voters. [Inaugural

To the voters of the City of Washington: Fellow-citizens: Though one of the humblest of your number, I desire to address you a few observations upon the subject of the approaching election for the mayoralty ... One of the people. [Washington Jun

To the free and independent voters of Madison County. Fellow-citizen: In offering myself as a candidate for the office of probate justice of the peace ... Your fellow-citizens, George W. Prickett. July 15, 1843. [s. l.]

To the voters of Washington ... [Washington, D. C.] J. N. Davis, printer, S. W. corner Pa. and 12th street. 1846.

Mayoralty. Clear the track for John C. Harkness, the mechanic's workingman's and independent candidate! ... Many voters. May 21, 1846. [Washington, D. C.] Printed by James N. Davis, Southwest corner of Pennsylvania avenue and 12th street.

To the voters of Washington City. Facts are very stubborn things! We desire to call your attention to the claims of the different candidated for mayoralty of the city, to the votes of the working men ... and leave you to decide whether any one w

To the voters of Washington City. On Monday next we shall exercise our privilege of electing a chief magistrate. The appearance of Mr. Dow, as a candidate, has been charged upon the frineds of General Weightman, for the purpose of defeating Mr.

The truth. Citizens of Washington, and especially the voters ... James Robertson, of New York, Editor of the Truth. [Washington, D. C. 1851].

To the voters of Ogle County. Having been advised that a report is widely circulated by various persons, that I corruptly and collusively, neglected to enter upon record a certain recognizance entered into, by Milo Kelly and H. A. Mix, at the la

To the independent voters of Washington City! You have been earnestly invoked to mingle party politics in the mayoralty election ... [Signed] An old citizen. [Washington, 5 June, 1852].

Voters! You are called upon to express your views of the liquor traffic. On the first Monday in June, if you wish to have intoxicating drinks sold -- under sanction of law--- at your own responsibility, you will vote "License;" if not, "No licen

Democratic ticket. Democracy!! Bryant. Pearson. For collector, John Y. Bryant for register, P. M. Pearson. To the Democratic voters of Washington City ... Signed by the Committee. [Washington, D. C.] June 3rd, 1853.

Appeal in behalf of the Washington national monument. The voters of Washington are informed that the monument now being erected in this City, to the memory of the "Father of his Country", has reached the height of 154 feet, and has cost about {d

Assessors' notice. The voters of the several wards will please take notice, that the assessors will attnd at the places designated below, from 10 o'clock, A. M. to 3 o'clock P.M., every day, (except Sundays and Christmas day,) from the 15th to t

To the voters of Boston! Resolutions adopted at a meeting of the Peoples' Union, December 10. 1858 ... Per order of the Executive Committee.

To the voters of Fauquier County ... Speech of William H. Jennings, delivered at March Court, in reply to John Ambler, upon the subject of the County Court clerkship ... [1858].

To tax-payers and voters! The delegates from the various wards in this city to the Republican Convention, believing that the best interests of this city demand a change in the administration of our municipal affairs, present for the endorsement

Town meeting. Middlesex, ss. To either of the constables of the town of Reading. Greeting. You are hereby required, in the name of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, tl notify and warn the legal voters ... to meet at the Bethesda Vestry ... On M

To the voters of the Second senatorial district! Americans! Will you cast your votes for Micah Dyer Jr? who has openly denounced your party and principles!! [1859].

Attention, voters! We, the subscribers, hereby give notice that we shall be in session, in our office, on Thursday, the twenty-seventh inst., from one to eight o'clock, P. M., to draw a warrant for a Town meeting, to revise the list of voters, a

Assessors' notice. The voters of the several wards will please take notice that the assessors will attend at the places designated below, from 10 o'clock A. M., to 3 o'clock, P. M., every day (except Sundays and Christmas day) from the 15th to t

"Union and the constitution." To the legal voters of Boston. On Monday, December 10th you are called upon the discharge the important duty of electing a mayor and other municipal officers for the ensuing year ... The candidate for mayor is Josep

The spirit of the age. To the voters of the United States. 1860. The question is this! Will you vote for yourself and men who will take care of you and the old Washington principle, or will you be played the old blind cow with? - and vote for me

To the conservative voters of Ward II ... Per order ward Committee. [Dec. 9, 1861].

To the voters of the third Congressional district, composed of the Counties of Carteret, Craven, Jones, Onslow, Duplin, Wayne, Johnston and Sampson. Fellow-Citizens:- I am a candidate for your suffrages, at the election to be held on the first W

Circular. To the voters of the Counties of Randolph, Tucker, Barbour, Upshur, Lewis, Gilmer and Calhoun. Fellow-citizens. I am a candidates to represent you in the State senate of Virginia ... Blackwell Jackson. Weston, Lewis co., Va., May 11th,

To all voters who love their country better than party ... By order of the City Executive committee of the National Union Party. Philadelphia 1862.

Voters of Charlestown. The recurrence of the Municipal election of this city is at hand ... Vote for Hon. Charles Robinson. [1865?].

Municipal election, Monday, Dec. 14th, 1868. Important notice to Republican voters! ... [Boston 1868].

Circular. To the voters of Greene County. ... Dec. 11, 1869.

To the people of Portland. It is believed that a fair expression of public sentiment upon the question of giving further aid to the air line was not obtained at town meeting last Saturday, owing to the absence of a very large number of voters fr

Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Middlesex, ss. To either of the constables of the Town of Reading. Greeting: Upon petition of William Parker and nine others legal voters in the Town of Reading, you are hereby required in the name of the Commonwea

Flower-sellers in the market at Washington, D.C. / drawn by A.L. Jackson. First municipal election in Richmond since the end of the war - registration of colored voters / drawn by W.L. Sheppard.

Fraudulent voters of the presidential election in custody at the United States Circuit Court, New York

Notice to voters! All persons entitled to the right of voting, whose names do not appear on the list of voters, are requested to apply to the Selectmen to have their names placed thereon ... Selectmen of Reading. Reading, Reading, Oct. 26th, 187

Notice to voters. Register! Register! All persons entitled to the right of voting whose names are not on the list of voters are requested to present themselves for registration before 10 o'clock P. M. Saturday, April 5, 1879 ... Reading, March 2

Registration! An accordance with the provisions of Chapter 251 of the act of 1878, notice is hereby given to all persons desiring to register their names as voters, to present themselves for registration ... Selectmen of Reading. Reading. Oct. 9

North Carolina - The Political Campaign - Colored Voters from the Interior Journeying to the Polling Stations [Republican Negroes on wagon and Democratic Negroes on foot taunting each other]

Registration. In accordance with the provisions of chapter 251, of the acts of 1878, notice is hereby given to all persons desiring to register their names as voters, to present themselves for registration ... Selectmen of Reading. Reading, Marc

... For Congress Theodore Lyman ... To the voters of the Ninth Congressional district. [Boston, 1884].

Registration. Notice is hereby given to all persons desiring to register their names as voters, to present themselves for registration ... Selectmen of Reading. Reading, March 18, 1884.

U.S. Reports: German Bank v. Franklin County, 128 U.S. 526 (1888)

U.S. Reports: Livingston County v. Portsmouth Bank, 128 U.S. 102 (1888)

U.S. Reports: Missouri ex rel. Quincy, M. & P. R. Co. v. Harris, 144 U.S. 210 (1892)

Bertha M. Furman instructing voters

Women Taxpayers; Women Voters

Noted Men for Equal Suffrage organize Voters' League

Many women voters gather to celebrate

Mrs. Emma Smith Devoe, of Seattle, Washington, is President of the National Council of Women Voters.

To the Voters of the 42 Senatorial District

National League of Women Voters

[Voters of the Counties] removed flier

Many women voters gather to celebrate and Women Voters of Washington

To the Voters from the Would Be Voters

Republican voters' revolt / Albert Levering.

Address to Voters of the 42d Senatorial District, New York

School Meeting; Women Voters, Attention! School Suffrage Committee, New York State Woman Suffrage Association circular letter

See British Victory for Women Voters and Suffrage Fight in England; page 2

See British Victory for Women Voters and Suffrage Fight in England

Women Voters Frisco - Registering shop girls & clerks

Woman suffrage headquarters in Upper Euclid Avenue, Cleveland--A. (at extreme right) is Miss Belle Sherwin, President, National League of Women Voters; B. is Judge Florence E. Allen (holding the flag); C. is Mrs. Malcolm McBride

Dr. Cora Smith King of Seattle, Washington, is one of the prominent members of the Advisory Council of the Congressional Union for Women Suffrage. Dr. King is also Treasurer of the National Council of Women Voters and was formerly a member of the Board of Directors of the National American Woman Suffrage Association.

WOMAN SUFFRAGE. WOMAN VOTERS ASK HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FOR ACTION ON AMENDMENT.MRS. WILLIAM KENT, CALIFORNIA, 2ND FROM LEFT; MRS. S. B. M. YOUNG,4TH FROM LEFT; ISABELLA MOTT OF NEW YORK, 2ND FROM RIGHT; KATHARINE FISHER OF NEW JERSEY, RIGHT

WOMAN SUFFRAGE SIGN: WELCOME TO ENVOYS OF WOMEN VOTERS

WOMAN SUFFRAGE SIGN: WELCOME TO ENVOYS OF WOMEN VOTERS

Mrs. Ella M. Dean of Montana is the official hostess of the Congressional Union for Woman Suffrage at its new home, the Cameron House, Washington, D.C. Mrs. Dean also rendered valuable services at the Women Voters Convention in California at the Panama Pacific Exposition in 1915.

Miss Joy Young, of Washington, D.C. Assistant Editor of "The Suffragist," weekly organ of the Woman's Party and the Congressional Union for Woman Suffrage. Picture taken when she was on her way to the White House to present President Wilson with a basket of flowers in which was contained a message from women voters of the West.

Welcme to envoys of woman voters. I expect to be one of the escort to welcome the envoys of the woman voters to Washington December 6, ... Fill out this form and mail to Miss Emma Waldo, Chairman, Registration committee. Congressional Union Head

Welcome to envoys of women voters Mrs. Sara Bard Field Miss Frances Jolliffe. Escort will meet 11:30 A. M., Dec. 6 Stanton Square, 4th St. and Md. Ave. N. E .... Congressional Union for woman suffrage 1420 F Street Northwest. Washington, D. C. N

[Procession of 2,000 women, including groups of women voters from the western states, march to U.S. Capitol to be received by deputation from Congress.]

Women Voters Day on the Picket line-- Feb. 14, 1917