New Hampshire Seesaw

Starbuck, Kathy
December 1974
New Republic;12/28/74, Vol. 171 Issue 26, p11
Comments on the senatorial contest between U.S. House Republican Louis C. Wyman and state insurance commissioner John Durkin in New Hampshire. Official declaration of Wyman as the senator; Request of vote recount by Durkin; Discovery of irregularities in the recount ballot tabulation by Wyman; Possible malfunction of voting machines; Review of the recount by the Ballot Law Commission.


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