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Those Crazy Elections!

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Parent Issue
Day
10
Month
April
Year
1977
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Ann Arbor Second Ward Voters Lined Up Before Polls Open For The 1952 Presidential Election - November 4, 1952

Ann Arbor Second Ward Voters Lined Up Before Polls Open For The 1952 Presidential Election - November 4, 1952 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 4, 1952
Caption
BEFORE DAWN'S EARLY LIGHT: Ann Arbor had one of its heaviest early voter turnouts in history this morning as this picture outside the polling place in the first precinct of the Second Ward illustrates. The time was a few minutes before the poll-opening hour of 7 a.m. Election officials said a line had formed as early as 6:30 this morning. The polling place is on S. Ashley St.

Voting Machines Are Moved Into The Armory For The 1958 U.S. Election, November 1958

Voting Machines Are Moved Into The Armory For The 1958 U.S. Election, November 1958 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 3, 1958
Caption
ON ELECTION'S EVE: Employes of a moving firm were busy today distributing the city's voting machines to the various polling places in preparation for tomorrow's election. Here, a machine is moved into the Armory. Some 16,500 may vote in Ann Arbor tomorrow.

Sharon & Linda Seyfried Learn About Voting Machines During The Primary Election At The Burns Park Voting Place, August 1952

Sharon & Linda Seyfried Learn About Voting Machines During The Primary Election At The Burns Park Voting Place, August 1952 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 5, 1952
Caption
EVERYBODY'S DOING IT: Even the children get into the act when Ann Arbor goes to the polls. Genial William L. "Bill" Dawson, chairman in the third precinct of the Seventh Ward, does a little coaching for Sharon and Linda Seyfried during a quiet moment in the Burns Park School voting place. Their mother, Mrs. Calvin Seyfried, 1803 Baldwin Ave., looks on.

Dell Pitkin & Daughters Distribute League Of Women Voters Guides, May 1956

Dell Pitkin & Daughters Distribute League Of Women Voters Guides, May 1956 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 19, 1956
Caption
YOUNG LEAGUE HELPERS: Mrs. John T. Pitkin, one of the League of Women Voters members participating in a door-to-door distribution of League voters' guides prior to the special election next Tuesday, receives a helping hand from her two young daughters. They are Sally, 3, (right) and Anne, 4. Major issue in the election is whether to authorize a $2,600,000 general obligation bond issue to finance construction of a civic recreation center at Veterans Memorial Park. The proposal has produced much controversy.