Contested election of Johnson vs. Garland

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Garland, A. H. -- 1832-1899, Johnson, Jilson P, Confederate States of America. -- Congress. -- House of Representatives -- Contested elections, Contested elections -- Ark
SeriesConfederate imprints, 1861-1865 -- reel 90, no. 2748
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Congressman Lyndon B. Johnson was officially declared to have defeated former Texas governor Coke Stevenson by eighty-seven votes. Johnson was declared winner of the runoff, and the subsequent party convention confirmed his.

Early life and education. Merrick Brian Garland was born on Novemin Chicago, Illinois. He was raised in the northern suburb of Lincolnwood in the Chicago area. His mother Shirley (née Horwitz) was a director of volunteer services at Chicago's Council for Jewish Elderly (now called CJE SeniorLife); his father, Cyril Garland, headed Garland Advertising, a small business run out of Appointed by: Bill Clinton.

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That’s why Garland’s nomination may discomfit libertarians and progressives who want to use the courts to impose contested visions of social change on a divided nation. Federal Election. Tracking the controversy over Judge Garland’s nomination by Lana Ulrich It has been several months since Justice Antonin Scalia passed away and since President Barack Obama has nominated a candidate—District of Columbia Court of.

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Mr. Garland is known as an appeals court judge who respects Supreme Court precedent. His most charged cases, on national security and campaign finance, sometimes disappointed liberals. The Republicans who are more centrist, or up for election in purple states in this tough year for them, will be particularly unhappy at opposing these.

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Garland, 63, graduated from Harvard Law School and has served on the D.C. circuit since He has a reputation as a moderate judge, according to Sanford Levinson, a Author: Jordan Rudner.

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