The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 18, Ed. 1 Wednesday, October 28, 1914 Page: 3 of 8
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. Ardmore Wednesday Oct. 28 1914.
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the election it shall be the duty of
the board to appoint four official
counters who shall be electors of
the precinct and who shall be good
penmen and rapid In figures. Such
counters shall be equitably distributed
from the various political parties
but in no event shall more than three
of them be from any one party un-
less it be impossible to find a capa-
ble man to represent the minority
"The supreme court of this state
in interpretating that law in cause
No. CS39 in an unanimous opinion
rendered by Chief Justice Kane uses
the following language:
" 'The court below was of the
opinion that the statute contemplat-
es an equitable distribution of the of
ficial counters anion;" all the organ-
ized political parlies participating
in the election and rendered judg-
ment In favor of the defendants in
error. This we think is a correct
const ruction of the statute. It means
we take it. just what it says that
'such counters shall be equitably dis-
tributed from the various political
parties.' The language quoted speaks
for Itself and needs no interpreta
tion. In our judgment there is ab-
solutely no warrant either from a
consideration of its language 0r its
context for construing it to mean
that such counters shall be equitably
distributed from the two dominant
The Dominant Partiei.
"Heretofore in the 'appointment
of election counters it has been the
rule to appoint counters only from
the democratic and republican par-
ties. Clearly the law intends that
these counters shall be distributed
among all the political parties in an
equitable way and it is the duty of
the state election board to see that
the attention of precinct election
boards is called to this provision of
the law and the interpretation of it
made by the supreme court of the
state. I urge you at once to take
steps to see that this provision of
the law is strictly complied with in
the approaching election. The so-
cialist and progressive parties are
entitled to representation among the
official counters who tabulate the
voles In the various precincts of
"It may occur in some precincts
that some party is not organized
anil has no representatives and in
cases of that kind the board is jus-
tilled in appointing some oth-
er party such representatives.
"Another provision of the law that
has been too frequently disregarded
will be found in section 2" chapter
of the session laws of l'.tl.'i. A
portion of that section reads as fol
Portion of Section.
" 'And within one hour after the
count is completed the election in
spector shall cause one copy of such
certificate to be posted in a public
place immediately outside the polls
for public inspection and the other
two copies shall constitute the re-
turns. Any person who Rhall deface
or remove the certificate posted as
provided in this section within twen
ty-four hours thereafter or any of
ficer who knowingly fails neglects or
refuses to comply with the provisions
of this section shall upon conviction
thereof be punished by imprison-
ment in the penitentiary not less
than one year nor more than five
years or imprisonment in the county
jail for not less than three months
nor more than one year.'
"The object of this provision of
the law is to acquaint the public
with the result of the election imme-
diately after the count Is concluded
so that there can be no change of
tally sheets or doctoring of returns
after the ballots have been counted.
The penalty Is Inflicted to insure
fair elections if the law is rigidly en-
forced. The dominant party in this
state has nothing to fear from
an honest election and a fair count
and good men of all parties will up-
hold your hands and aid you in
every possible way in bringing to
pass purity in elections in Okla-
homa. "Yours truly
Received by Riley.
The letter was received by Chair-
man Rilev and after a conference
with Secretary Joe Morris the fol-
lowing reply was sent to the governor
which Insures beyond doubt strict
adherence to the governor's suggestions:
"Oklahoma City Oct. "d.
"Honorable l.ee ("nice.
"Governor or Oklahoma
"My Hear Sir:
"Your "letter of October
dressed io the state election
ha lieu received and the contents
of the same thoroughly examined.
In the beginning 1 desire to ex-
press to you in positive terms that
the stat flection board is in accord
with onr view as to the conduct
of elections In litis state and at
your suggestion. instructions will
he sent out to the eountv hoards
askii;g them to co-operate with this
board in conducting the coming elec-
tions in such a manner that there
can he no criticism from any source.
"The board fully realizes the re-
sponsibility that Is placed upon it.
and we as a board are determined
to see that there is an honest and
fair election and that the ballots cast
in the November election are counted
for the candidates receiving the same
and so far as the state election board
Is concerned and as we interpret
the law the candidate receiving the
highest number of legal voles will
receive the certificate of election.
Difficult to Get Men.
"The opposite parties have seen
fit for years to vent their criti
cisms upon the state and county
boards and as you say. it Is a
difficult problem to obtain men in
all departments of the election ma-
chine of the state who are thor
oughly competent and willing to
serve as election officers. We shall
Insist and so request the county
election boards to Instruct their var-
ious precinct boards to have com-
petent and honest counters selected
in every precinct In the state and
under the recent decision of the su-
preme court we shall Insist that the
various boards have counters selected
from the different parties; and we
shall further insist that the law be
complied with and that the results
be posted outside of every voting
precinct in the state giving an op-
portunity for no change being made
"Again assuring you that it will
be our earnest effort to see that an
honest and fair election is held in
Oklahoma in November and that ev-
ery honest ballot is counted for the
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Easley, John F. The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 18, Ed. 1 Wednesday, October 28, 1914, newspaper, October 28, 1914; Ardmore, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc154066/m1/3/: accessed November 14, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.