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GEORGE WARREN FOR
UNITED STATES SENATE
He believes in the doctrines of Calhoun, is opposed
to any further centralization of power in the federal
government, is an advocate of tax reform and govern
mental economy, and denounces as a traitor anyone
who does not have at heart the best interest of farmers
and laboring men.
WARREN RUNNING STRONG
"An enthusiastic reception was
given George Warren_Mr. War
ren was greeted with a sharp burst
of applause when introduced. _ _ _
Approximately one-half the audience
left at; the conclusion of, Mr4 War
ren's speech."-The State.
"George Warrea of Hampton was
well received and got most of the ap
plause." News report to The Colum
bit State of meeting at Aiken.
"All the candidates wese well re
ceived and if applause can be taken
as a criterion, Warren, Pollock
Smith and Irby will run in the order
named in Lexington County." The
"Perhaps the greatest ovation be
ing given to Messrs. Warren and
Pollock." The Edgefield Chronicle.
"George Warren of Hampton, led
off and received a rousing welcome,
being clearly a favorite of a majori
ty of those present." News report to
The News and Courier.
"George Warren was at his home
today and received an ovation bv his
homefolks when re arose to speak.
At the conclusion of his speech he
was vigorously applauded and pre
sented with a handsome basket of
flowers."-The News and Courier.
"Mr. Warren made the best speech
of the entire week and made a pro
found impression on his hearers."
EDITORIAL OPINION OF
Anderson Daily Mail editorially
states: "George Warren is going to
be very much in the running for
United States Senate. His doctrine
of State's Rights is proving very
Aiken Standard editorially says:.
"George Warren of Hampton has
been growing in popular favor since
his entry into the race for United
Easley Progress Editorially says:
One of the candidates (George War
ren) is calling attention to one of
the most vital issues that confronts
the American people today. It is the
issue of State's Rights against a cen
tralized federal government._
We say the centi'alization of, gov
ernment has gone far enough. Let
us put a stop to it by peaceful use of
Allendale Citizen editorially states
"A truer Democrat never lived than
George Warren, a truer Southerner
never breathed the air of South Caro
lina that he. The shades of Calhoun
and Hayna and those other South
Carolinians who thrilled the world in
their fight for individual and State
Rights are rejoicing that this State
has brought forth a man of the cali
bre of Warren. His platform is fix
ed unflinchingly on the principles
that our Confederate fathers fought
for, and true, unmodified democracy
is the keyword of his campaign.
"George Warren is well known in
this section. He is a native of Hamp
ton County and has countless friends
in Allendale and adjoining counties.
He has shown by his conduct in the
past that he would not aspire to a
position that he felt himself in any
way unfitted to fill. His friends know
that Warren will make as good Sen
ator as this State has ever pro
WARREN SHOULD BE ELECTED
After hearing the Senatorial candidates in Edgefield on Thursday of last
week, we feel that we voice the sentiment of the majority of Edgefield coun
ty voters when we say that Hon. George Warren should be promoted to this
important post. His speech was a revelation to our people, proving him
easily capable of taking most excellent care of himself, and quite able to
handle the most astute speaker that might be waiting for him in the Upper
House in Washington. Warren is clean and gifted, and entirely worthy of
the confidence and full support of all our people. We believe South Carolina
is going to vote on August 31st just as we feel Edgefield county will vote
by casting a decidedly significant majority for George Warren.
-The Edgefield Chronicle.
Graduate of Clemson College in Class of 1908
Member House of Representatives 1913 to 1916
Elected and Resigned as Circuit Judge 1916
Endorsed for United States Senator by the Democratic
Conventions of Allendale, Jasper and Hampton
Counties in May, 1920
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OFFICERS AND COMMITTEES:
Bacon Club-J. H. Bouknight, chair
man; E. N. Smith and M. A. Watson.
Cleveland Club-T. L. Talbert, chair
man; J. Walker, W. F. West and
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Colliers Club-D. T. Mathis, chair
man; T. M. Adams and H. W. McKie.
Edgefield Club No. 1-W. A. Byrd,
J. H. Allen and B. E. Timmerman.
Edgefield Club No. 2-S. B. Mays,
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merman, P. A. Timmerman.
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Roper's Club-B. T. Lanham, chair-1
man; F. F. Rainsford, P. B.vLanham.
Shaw Club-B. R. Tillman, chairman;
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tober 1, 1920. He will report immedi
ately thereafter to the State treas
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