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The 1851 State Constitution was ratified by the voters by an overwhelming majority at the next election.
At the same time another law was passed, disfranchising all voters who had been found guilty at any time of petty larceny.
Although this Constitution was never ratified by the voters themselves, it was later approved by the state legislature.
For the first time since 1872, the Republican set of electors in Virginia was chosen by a majority of the Virginia voters.
A majority of the voters voted in the affirmative at the referendum election held in January 1956.
This third Constitution for Virginia was officially adopted in 1851 after it had been ratified by the voters of the state.
The election clerk receives a poll book, a blank book to be used for the official listing of the voters who come to the polls.
With respect to the registration of voters great amendments had been made.
They have existed ever since on the gratitude of these newly enfranchised city voters.
The Church shortly discovered an entirely unlooked-for evil, insidious, demoralizing—the political corruption of voters.
THE LEAVEN IN A GREAT CITYLILLIAN WILLIAM BETTS

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