George H. Craig vs. Charles M. Shelley, fourth congressional district of Alabama. by United States. Congress. House. Committee on Elections

Cover of: George H. Craig vs. Charles M. Shelley, fourth congressional district of Alabama. | United States. Congress. House. Committee on Elections

Published by [s.n.] in Washington .

Written in English

Read online


  • Contested elections,
  • Elections,
  • Alabama

Edition Notes

Book details

Other titlesContested election, George H. Craig vs. Charles M. Shelley, Alabama
The Physical Object
FormatElectronic resource
Pagination5 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15973111M

Download George H. Craig vs. Charles M. Shelley, fourth congressional district of Alabama.

Alabama's 4th congressional district is a U.S. congressional district in Alabama, which elects a representative to the United States House of encompasses the counties of Franklin, Colbert, Marion, Lamar, Fayette, Walker, Winston, Cullman, Lawrence, Marshall, Etowah, and also includes parts of Jackson, Tuscaloosa, and Cherokee counties, as Representative: Robert Aderholt, R–Haleyville.

Representative. George H. Craig vs. Charles M. Shelley The United States is divided into congressional districts, each with a population of aboutindividuals. Each district elects a representative to the U.S.

House of Representatives for a two-year term. Charles Whatley was a district-level delegate to the Republican National Convention from y was one of 36 delegates from Alabama bound by state party rules to support Donald Trump at the convention.

As of JTrump had approximately 1, winner of the Republican nomination needed the support of 1, to: Donald Trump. Craig was the representative for Alabama’s 4 th congressional district and was a Democrat.

He served from to He served from to Contact Rep. William Craig. Charles Hays () was an influential Republican politician during Reconstruction in Alabama. A slaveowner who fought for the Confederacy, Hays became a defender of political rights for African Americans after the war, representing Alabama's Fourth District for four terms.

A prime example of what southern conservatives labeled a "scalawag," Hays was a target of. Originally published as a recurring feature at the McSweeney's website, Richard Grayson's diary wryly chronicles the hopeless campaign of an emo-loving vegetarian fiction writer, the sole opponent to a right-wing incumbent in Florida's most Republican congressional : Richard Grayson.

The 2d Congressional District of Georgia is fairly equally divided between Democrats and Republicans, but tends to favor Democrats (Barone and McCutcheon,p. The district supported Gore in the Presidential election (52%), but President Bush during his reelection bid in by less than votes.

The 9th Congressional District of Alabama was a U.S. congressional district in central and western Alabama, which elected a representative to the United States House of 9th District was allocated in and was represented continuously by Democrats except for a brief challenge to Oscar Underwood's election by Republican Truman.

Elected in his first bid for public office, Charles Arthur Hayes succeeded Representative Harold Washington when he resigned from the 98th Congress (–) to become mayor of Chicago. During his five terms in the House, Hayes gradually sought to separate himself from the shadow of his popular predecessor when representing his South.

Charles Henderson (Alabama politician) George S. Fourth congressional district of Alabama. book H. Guy Hunt Kay Ivey Fob James William D.

Jelks Joseph F. Johnston Thomas G. Jones Thomas Kilby David P. Lewis Robert B. Lindsay Charles S. McDowell Hugh McVay Joshua L.

Martin Benjamin M. Miller Andrew B. Moore Gabriel Moore Samuel B. Moore John Murphy (Alabama) William C. Oates Edward A. Tom Fredricks for Alabama State Representative, District 4. K likes. Candidate for Alabama House of Representatives District 4.

Let me be your voice in ers: K. Alabama Photographs and Pictures Collection; Add or remove collections Home Alabama Photographs and Pictures Collection Albert Fuller, as chief deputy sheriff of Russell County Reference URL Share. Save to favorites. To link to this object, paste this link in email, IM or document To embed this object, paste this HTML in website.

Home Alabama Photographs and Pictures Collection Official portrait of John Murphy, fourth governor of Alabama. object, paste this link in email, IM or document To embed this object, paste this HTML in website.

Official portrait of John Murphy, fourth governor of Alabama. View Description. Download: small (x max) medium (x max).

Notable men of Alabama: personal and genealogical, with portraits, Volume 2 attended attorney bama Baptist church battle became began the practice Birmingham Blount county born brother captain Chambers county Charles Civil Clair county clerk committee common schools Confederate army Coosa county Cullman daughter of John deceased degree of.

Sonny Callahan is affiliated with Office of the Representative from Alabama's 1st District, Sonny Callahan, Alabama State Senate, Alabama House of Representatives, United States Navy Stay informed and up-to-date on your network with RelSci news and business alerting service.

Full text of "United States congressional serial set" See other formats. Although never a major cash crop, watercress was an important commodity in Alabama during the first half of the twentieth century. The watercress industry was centered in Madison County, then known primarily for its textiles and cotton, but at the height of production, the area also was known as the "Watercress Capital of the World." From the early twentieth century through the s.

Governor Ivey’s press release noted that Mr. Sellers is active in a number of civic organizations and professional associations including the Rotary. 39th Georgia, Captain T. 80 Pitner 56th Georgia, Captain J. 80 Albert Pettus' Brigade.

20th Alabama, Captain John 54 W. Davis 23rd Alabama, Lieutenant 54 Colonel J. Bibb 30th Alabama, Colonel 54 Charles M. Shelley 31st Alabama, Colonel D. 54 Hundley 46th Alabama, Captain George 54 E.

Brewer. (shelved 1 time as alabama-history) avg rating — 4, ratings — published Want to Read saving. The 6th Congressional District of Alabama is a U.S.

congressional district in Alabama, which elects a representative to the United States House of 6th District is currently represented by Gary Palmer, elected in to fill the seat left vacant by the retirement of eleven-term congressman Spencer Bachus.

The district, which once included nearly all of the. Joseph Naftel Joseph Naftel in England Births and Christenings, Joseph Naftel was born on month dayat birth place, to Nicholas Naftel and Mary.

Burden Of Confederate Diplomacy Paperback – August 4, Fourth, the book proved to be verbose and mind-numbingly repetitive. At times, the writing is fuzzy, ill-structured, and laborious -- worthy more of a first-semester college freshman rather than a tenured professor.

Consider the following sentence: "Cowley, aware of Lindsay's Cited by: The Fourth Alabama and four other Alabama regiments including the Fifteenth, the Forty-Fourth, the Forty-Seventh, and Forty-Eighth, compose Law's Brigade.

The value of these troops to Longstreet's is easily understood when one realized that they comprised less than 10% of. Daniel Sutter is the Charles G. Koch Professor of Economics with the Manuel H.

Johnson Center for Political Economy at Troy University and host of Econversations on TrojanVision. In Alabama's suburbs, Republicans flipped to avoid shame of Moore representing them Scott Shelley.

Photograph: David Smith/The Guardian George Stephens, 70, a retired book publisher. Coosa County, Alabama. Will Book A - - WILLS PROBATE MINUTES OLD SERIES - BOOK A COOSA COUNTY, ALABAMA.

GEORGE TAYLOR, HOWEL ROSE. 48 PEGGY DURANT. Adm. GEORGE TAYLOR, HOWEL ROSE. May 5, p. 49 COAK FIXICO, May 1, Dec. beyond limits of state. (1) HECHICHE (2) ILLIS FIXICO (3). Charles Montgomery b. Jackson, Georgia, USA d.

Moores Bridge, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, USA: MontyHistNotes. Thousands of votes remain to be counted, but both candidates in Sacramento's Seventh Congressional District race are on Capitol Hill this week for formal orientation to the House of Representatives. One of the U.K.'s most influential songwriters, Pete Shelley (Ap December 6, ) was co-founder of the punk rock band Buzzcocks, best known for.

A Guide's Guide to Acadia National Park (). A List of the Birds of Mount Desert Island, Maine (James Bond, undated). A Preliminary List of Birds on Mount Desert and Adjacent Islands (M.J. Pellew, ). An Analysis of Lafayette National Park (Robert Sterling Yard, ©National Parks Association, February ).

An Evaluation of the Technical Report for Management: Water. (An article by Harvey H. Jackson III that originally appeared in the Mobile Register, Decem ) "White Supremacy, Honest Elections and the New Constitution, One and Inseparable." That was the slogan printed across envelopes sent out by the Alabama Democratic State Campaign Committee in the fall of The extensive statistics and in-depth analysis provided in Guide to U.S.

Elections become even more useful when paired with the online elections resources available in the CQ Press Electronic Library. With its dynamic, user-friendly interface, CQ Press’s Voting and Elections Collection allows researchers to compare and contrast voting and elections data at the presidential.

rept. - post-9/11 veterans educational assistance improvements act of th congress (). Title from photographer's inventory. Two story masonry. Six large round masonry columns with wooden balustrade between.

Two miles E. on old Columbus Hwy. Corresponding reference print in LOT Credit line: Carnegie Survey of the Architecture of the South, Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division.

Purchase; Frances Benjamin Johnston estate; Summary of H.R - st Congress (): Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of   Charles Barkley reacts to Doug Jones' Alabama senate win: 'This is a wake-up call' An Alabama native, Barkley campaigned for Jones leading up to Tuesday's electionAuthor: Colin Ward-Henninger.

The sixth edition of CQ Press's Guide to U.S. Elections is published following the historic national elections ofin which Barack Obama became the first African American to be elected president of the United States and whose principal opponent in the primary contest to win the Democratic Party nomination was a woman, Hillary Rodham Clinton.

Alabama Congressional Districts U.S. FISH & WILDLIFE SERVICE D E P A R T M E N T OF H E I N E R I O R Gov. Robert Bentley (R) Sen. Jeff Sessions (R) Sen. Richard C. Shelby (R) 1st.

Rep. Jo Bonner (R) 2nd Rep. Martha Roby (R) 3rd Rep. Mike Rogers (R) 4th Rep. Robert Aderholt (R) 5th Rep. Mo Brooks (R) 6th Rep. Spencer Bachus (R) 7th Rep.

Terri. Democrat Doug Jones made headlines last Tuesday winning the election for U.S. Senate in Alabama. This morning, the Senator-elect has some questions to. Fire from the Goddess and the meat and furs of the mammoth are all that the People need to live.

It is a harsh life but a good one and it is one that all cherish. For more information about Elom.Tom Whatley (Republican Party) is a member of the Alabama State Senate, representing District Whatley assumed office on November 3, Whatley's current term ends on November 7, Whatley (Republican Party) ran for re-election to the Alabama State Senate to represent District Whatley won in the general election on November 6, T.D.

Little (D): 17,Abbot, W. W. (William Wright), A Virginia Chronology, "To Pass Away the Time" (Jamestown th Anniversary Historical Booklet #2; Williamsburg: Virginia th Anniversary Celebration Corporation, ) (page images at HathiTrust) Abbott, Joseph William, Chess Problems (London: J.

Wade, ) multiple formats at Google; US .

81451 views Sunday, November 8, 2020