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OCTOBER 26, 1946 The Haftf Ord Chronicle Page Fifteen
. . . DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATES i - 1 II .11. JJ 4aBaMaaBKaMHHMw haaHHBwJ iiir,irmri,iiin BfTfi-r'- iln l i i UmirnfinmiilM iminmimirr. For Governor For U. S. Senator For U. S. Senator For Lieutenant-Governor For Secretary of State WILBERT SNOW (Full Term) (Short Term) STEPHEN K. ELLIOTT CHARLES J. PRESTIA JOSEPH M. TONE WILBUR L. CROSS Veteran of World War II --- '- I 11 11111 mini r ,,1 hi, I I 1 I I' f For State Treasurer For State Comptroller For Attorney General For Congressman-At-Lar ze WILLIAM T. CARROLL RAYMOND S. THATCHER JAMES J. O'CONNELL JOSEPH F. RYTER Veteran of World War II : : 1 : VOTE DEMOCRATIC NOV. 5th Pull the SECOND Lever The Democratic platform specifically states: "We pledge support of the following national legislation: A permanent fair-employment practices act. A federal anfj-lynching law. Abolition of the poll tax." Everyone of the Democratic candidates is on record in favor of this legislation. Lieutenant Governor Wilbert Snow, Democratic candidate for governor has publicly approved such legislation in his state-wide broadcasts on two occasions.