The Senate of the United States shall be composed of two Senators from each State, chosen by the legislature thereof, for six Years; and each Senator shall have one Vote
You've made a landslide with your confounded acres and a cow, and Verner can hardly get a vote
I am glad to add, however, that at the present time the disposition to vote
against the white man merely because he is white is largely disappearing, and the race is learning to vote
from principle, for what the voter considers to be for the best interests of both races.
One great factor that helped to swell the socialist vote
was the destruction of Hearst.
So he is in some things, but I shall not vote
for him, Polly; you know what his trade is?
When the majority shall at length vote
for the abolition of slavery, it will be because they are indifferent to slavery, or because there is but little slavery left to be abolished by their vote
I did it; and after a little he had the idea, and he brought his fist down and said HE didn't believe a nation where every man had a vote
would voluntarily get down in the mud and dirt in any such way; and that to steal from a nation its will and preference must be a crime and the first of all crimes.
He likewise directed, "that every senator in the great council of a nation, after he had delivered his opinion, and argued in the defence of it, should be obliged to give his vote
directly contrary; because if that were done, the result would infallibly terminate in the good of the public.
The same principle prevails also in the choice of their senate; the manner of electing which is favourable also to an oligarchy; for all are obliged to vote
for those who are senators of the first class, afterwards they vote
for the same number out of the second, and then out of the third; but this compulsion to vote
at the election of senators does not extend to the third and fourth classes and the first and second class only are obliged to vote
for the fourth.
They proceeded to take a vote
without leaving the room.
If you vote
against him you will make him your enemy.
I remember one ardent Gladstonian who, as a general election drew near, was in sore straits indeed, for he disbelieved in Home Rule, and yet how could he vote
against 'Gladstone's man'?