No drinking in the voting booth, please

September 1998
Campaigns & Elections (1996);Sep98, Vol. 19 Issue 9, p9
Reports on Democratic activist Lester Gillespie's effort to attract voters to the Democratic platform during the 1996 elections by giving out beer coupons to voters in Mississippi County, Missouri. State prosecutor's effort to convict Gillespie on vote-buying charges; Use of beer coupons as tokens of appreciation for participating in the political process.


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