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Letter from Sheriff S.A. Smith to William Langer regarding absent votes for Governor Frazier, November 10, 1918. Smith writes that he suspects election tampering in three of his precincts. He writes that there were twenty absent votes but none for Fraizer even though three voters say they voted for him. Smith asks if there is any way to see the ballots without contesting the election. He also writes that he hopes Mrs. Langer is feeling better.
Election Case, Election, votes, voter fraud, Golden Valley County
Sheriff S.A. Smith, Mrs. Langer, Governor Frazier, Deputy Stone
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Smith, S.A., "Letter from S.A. Smith to William Langer Regarding Absent Votes for Governor Frazier, November 10, 1918." (1918). William Langer Papers. 209.