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Shal, Dr. Otis H., dean, Graduate School, University of the Pacific, Stockton,

Calif. Shoemaker, Prof. Robert, North Central College, Naperville, Ill. Shull, Mr. Leon, national representative, Americans for Democratic Action,

accompanied by Verlin Nelson, legal representative, Americans for Democratic

Action, Washington, D.C. Sorensen, Mr. Theodore C., former special counsel to President Kennedy, New

York, N.Y. Speiser, Mr. Lawrance, American Civil Liberties Union, Washington, D.C. Tyler, Mr. Gus, assistant president of the International Ladies' Garment Work

ers' Union, accompanied by David I. Wells, Washington, D.C. Warren, Mr. Dennis, national chairman, LUV, Washington, D.C. Wekselman, Mr. I. Martin, American Jewish Congress, New York, N.Y. Wylie, Hon. Chalmers, a U.S. Representative in Congress from the State of Ohio. Yarborough, Hon. Ralph, U.S. Senator from the State of Texas. Young, Mr. J. Banks, Washington representative, National Cotton Council,

accompanied by Albert R. Russell, administrative vice president, National Cotton Council, Washington, D.C.

STATEMENTS

Alliance for Democratic Reform, Montgomery County, Md.
American Bar Association, Washington, D.C.
American Good Government Society, Inc., Washington, D.C.
Association of the Bar of the City of New York, N.Y.
Banzhaf, Mr. John F., associate professor of law, George Washington University,

Washington, D.C.
Barthlemes, Mr. Wes, Alliance for Democratic Reform, Montgomery County,

Md. Bayh, Hon. Birch, U.S. Senator from the State of Indiana. Bennett, Hon. Charles E., a U.S. Representative in Congress from the State of

Florida. B'nai B'rith Women, Washington, D.C. Brown, Mr. Arline J., The Arline J. Brown Information Center, Fort Belvoir, Va, Bullen, Mr. George S., legislative director, National Federation of Independent

Business, Washington, D.C. Busch, Mrs. Ernestine G., El Paso, Tex. Cannon, Hon. Howard W., U.S. Senator from the State of Nevada. Carey, Hon. Hugh L., a U.S. Representative in Congress from the State of

New York. Chamber of Commerce of the United States. Church, Hon. Frank, U.S. Senator from the State of Idaho. Committee To Achieve the Enactment and Ratification of the Best Congressional

District Plan, Dallas, Tex. Frooks, Dorothy, attorney at law, New York, N.Y. General Federation of Women's Clubs, Washington, D.C. Gossett, Mr. William T., president, American Bar Association, Washington, D.O. Hornstein, Mr. Abraham, New York, N.Y. Horton, Hon. Frank, a U.S. Representative in Congress from the State of New

York. Hruska, Hon. Roman, U.S. Senator from the State of Nebraska. Hunt, Mr. H. L., chairman, Committee To Achieve the Enactment and Ratifica

tion of the Best Congressional District, Dallas, Tex.
Jaffe, Mr. Michael D., general counsel, Liberty Lobby, Washington, D.C.
Jones, Sara Roddig.
Kleppe, Hon. Thomas, a U.S. Representative in Congress from the State of North

Dakota.
Liberty Lobby, Washington, D.C.
Mann, Mr. Irwin, New York, N.Y.
Miller, Hon. Jack, U.S. Senator from the State of Iowa.
Moss, Hon. Frank, U.S. Senator from the State of Utah.
Muskie, Hon. Edmund, U.S. Senator from the State of Maine.

Nalbantyan, Barbara, Nashville, Tenn.
Natapoff, Dr. Alan, professor of physics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
National Federation of Independent Business, Washington, D.C.
Pearson, Mr. Warren, history instructor, Santa Maria International Academy,

Santa Maria, Calif.
Presidential Message on Electoral Reform.
Skau, Prof. George H., chairman, Department of History and Political Science,

Marist College, Poughkeepsie, N.Y. Thomas, Mr. David N., associate professor of history, Oglethorpe College, Atlanta,

Ga.
Williams, Mr. J. Harvie, executive secretary, American Good Government

Society, Inc., Washington, D.C.
Won Pat, Hon. Antionio B., Guam's Representative to Washington, D.C.

COMMUNICATIONS Albaugh, Mr. William A., Mount Rainier, Md., by letter to Chairman Birch

Bayh, January 27, 1969. American Federation of Teachers, Washington Teachers Union, Local No. 6,

Washington, D.C. Burress, Mrs. Lee A., Jr., Washington, D.C., by letter to Chairman Birch Bayh,

March 19, 1969. Colon, Hon. Rafael Hernandez, President of the Senate of the Commonwealth

of Puerto Rico, by telegram received May 6, 1969. DiFalco, Hon. Anthony G., assemblyman, New York, resolution of the New York

State Assembly, introduced February 3, 1969, and received by letter to Chairman Birch Bayh, February 11, 1969. Goodloe, Mr. Don B., legislative representative, Washington Teachers Union,

Local No. 6, American Federation of Teachers, by letter to Chairman Birch

Bayh. Jacobs, Mr. Martin A., assistant professor of mathematics, Fairleigh Dickinson

University, Teaneck, N.J., by letter to Chairman Birch Bayh, April 24, 1969. Marin, Mr. Luis Munoz, Central Council, Popular Democratic Party, San Juan,

Puerto Rico, by telegram received May 6, 1969. Mora, Dr. Luis Izquierdo, Hato Rey, Puerto Rico, by telegram received May 6,

1969; and a copy of a letter written to Dr. Mora by Chairman Birch Bayh,

May 6, 1969. National Grange, Washington, D.C. Rios, Mr. Juan J. Cancel, presidential delegate, Popular Democratic Party, San

Juan, Puerto Rico, by telegram received May 6, 1969. Scott, Mr. John W., Master, National Grange, Washington, D.C., by letters from Hon. Quentin N. Burdick, U.S. Senator from North Dakota, and Hon. Sam J.

Ervin, Jr., U.S. Senator from North Carolina. Smith, Mr. Laurence C., chairman, United States Constitutional Council, Squires,

Mo., by letter to Chairman Birch Bayh, April 15, 1969. U.S. Constitutional Council, Squires, Mo.

WITNESSES BY DATES

January 23, 1969
Dominick, Hon. Peter H., U.S. Senator from the State of Colorado.
Baker, Hon. Howard H., Jr., U.S. Senator from the State of Tennessee.

January 24, 1969 Ervin, Hon. Samuel J., Jr., U.S. Senator from the State of North Carolina. Bailey, Dr. Lloyd, presidential elector from North Carolina. Sorensen, Mr. Theodore C., former special counsel to President Kennedy. Ashman, Dr. Charles, director, School of Public Affairs, University of the Pacific. Shal, Dr. Otis H., dean, Graduate School, University of the Pacific. Warren. Mr. Dennis, national chairman, LUV.

March 10, 1969 Holland, Hon. Spessard L., U.S. Senator from the State of Florida. Goldwater. Hon. Barry, U.S. Senator from the State of Arizona. Bingham, Hon. Jonathan B., a U.S. Representative in Congress from the State

of New York. Rankin, Miss Jeanette, a former Representative in Congress from the State of Montana.

March 11, 1969
Yarborough, Hon. Ralph, U.S. Senator from the State of Texas.
Curtis, Hon. Carl T., U.S. Senator from the State of Nebraska.
Goodell, Hon. Charles E., U.S. Senator from the State of New York.

March 12, 1969

Schweiker, Hon. Richard S., U.S. Senator from the State of Pennsylvania.
Bible, Hon. Alan, a U.S. Senator from the State of Nevada.
Mundt, Hon. Karl E., U.S. Senator from the State of South Dakota.
O'Hara, Hon. James G., a U.S. Representative in Congress from the State of
Michigan.

March 13, 1969

Tyler, Mr. Gus, assistant president of the International Ladies' Garment Workers'

Union, accompanied by David I. Wells. Young, Mr. J. Banks, Washington Representative, National Cotton Council, ac

companied by Albert R. Russell, administrative vice president. Shull, Mr. Leon, national representative, Americans for Democratic Action, ac

companied by Verlin Nelson, legal representative. Kirby, Mr. James C. Jr., professor of law at New York University, accompanied by John A Gosnell, secretary and general counsel, National Small Business Association, Washington, D.C.

March 20, 1969

Biemiller, Mr. Andrew J., director, department of legislation, AFL-CIO, accom

panied by Thomas E. Harris, associate general counsel. Scammon, Mr. Richard, director, Elections Research Center, Washington, D.C.

March 21, 1969

Bellmon, Hon. Henry, U.S. Senator from the State of Oklahoma.
Muskie, Hon. Edmund, U.S. Senator from the State of Maine.
Kleindienst, Hon. Richard G., Deputy Attorney General of the United States.

April 30, 1969

Wylie, Hon. Chalmers, a U.S. Representative in Congress from the State of Ohio.
Speiser, Mr. Lawrence, American Civil Liberties Union.
Shoemaker, Prof. Robert, North Central College, Naperville, Ill.

May 1, 1969

Lance, Hon. Wesely, New Jersey State Senator and president of the 1968 New

Jersey Electoral College. Jewell, Prof. Malcolm, Political Science Department, University of Kentucky,

Lexington, Ky.
Lowenstein, Hon. Allard K., a U.S. Representative in Congress from the State of

New York.
Penniman, Prof. Howard, Georgetown University, Washington, D.C.

May 2, 1969 Burlison, Hon. Bill D., a U.S. Representative in Congress from the State of

Missouri. Cordova, Hon. Jorge L., Resident Commissioner of Puerto Rico, accompanied by

Hon. Ron de Lugo, elected Representative of the Virgin Islands to Washington,

D.C. Burdick, Hon. Quentin, U.S. Senator from the State of North Dakota. Wekselman, Mr. I. Martin, American Jewish Congress. Fleming, Mr. Roger, secretary-treasurer and director, Washington office of the

American Farm Bureau Federation, accompanied by Fred Poole and Kit Haynes, counsel.

APPENDIX

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Constitutional provisions--
Text of bills..
Presidential message--
State of Delaware v. State of New York, et al.
“Election Contests and the Electoral Vote,” L. Kinvin Wroth, Dickinson

Law Review, June 1961.--
Katzenbach, Attorney General, et al. v. Morgan.
“One Man, 3.312 Votes: A Mathematical Analysis of the Electoral College,”

John F. Banzhaf III, Villanova Law Review, Volume 13, Winter 1968.
Library of Congress, Legislative Reference Service:
Graphs:

Comparative results of presidential elections under present and

proposed systems (1948–68)----
Contingent election of the President and Vice President; number

of States with Democratic or Republican congressional ma

jorities (1948–68)---Tables:

Comparative results of presidential elections under present and

proposed electoral systems (1948–68).
Contingent election of the President and Vice President by the

House of Representatives and by the Senate; number of State
congressional delegations with Democratic or Republican
majorities, or evenly divided (1948–68)-----
Party division of each State delegation in the Congress for se-

lected years (1948–69)----
Staff memorandum to the Chairman on State Residency Requirements for

voting in Presidential elections.-Staff memorandum to the Chairman on Voting Rights of Americans Living

Overseas...

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