Minority Report of the Committee on Elections in the Contested Election Case of Thomas A. Spence, Vs: John R. Franklin (Classic Reprint)
As a general principle it is not true that the right to vote and the right to hold office are cc-relative. Numbers of per sons hold office in this country who have no right to vote as women, aliens and minors - and numbers have the right to vote for certain offices who are not eligible to fill them. Thus all voters can cast their ballots for Governor, Judges, but only those who have attained a certain age are eli gible to be elected to them. There are numbers of persons holding offices under the Constitution and Laws of Maryland who are neither voters nor residents of the State - as com missioners to take acknowledgments and State agents re siding abroad.
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