Hillary and Tina cover US House Representative John G. Schmitz and the election fraud cooping tactic.
US House Representative out of California, John G. Schmitz ran and won on his far conservative moralism. BUT when a scandal erupts, his own morals are questioned.
In the 1800s, like today, most folks decide if they’re going to exercise their right to vote by showing up on election day. BUT some politicians resorted to violence and kidnapping to ensure high election number results.
Schmitz Bio and Data
Los Angeles Times
John Schmitz; Former Right-Wing Congressman From Orange County--BY DAVID HALDANE AND JEAN O. PASCO
John G. Schmitz, Former Congressman From Orange County--by Mark Martin
The New York Times
But the American party loves--by Stephen Lesher
John Schmitz is no George Wallace
Election Fraud in the 1800s Involved Kidnapping and Forced Drinking--by Natalie Zarrelli
What Was Cooping?--by Michael Pollick
What Edgar Allan Poe’s Death And Voter Fraud Myths Have In Common--by Ciara Torres-Spelliscy
University of Virginia (Public Voting Page)
Vote buying in nineteenth century US elections