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Washington, DC: U. S. Government Printing Office, 1980. Presume first edition/first printing thus. Wraps. xi, , 420 pages. Important Dates. Tables. Fold-out. This document is a compilation of the constitutional provisions, Federal and State laws, and rules of the two major political parties governing the nomination and election of the President and Vice President of the United States. It lists the States holding presidential preference primaries and the dates of such primaries; it also describes the manner of selection delegates to the national conventions, the dates such selections are to be made, and the number of delegates to be selected. Two surveys of the roles of the major political parties and of the election laws of the fifth States and the District of Columbia are included related to the selection of delegates to the national nominating conventions and to the nomination and election of electors of the President and Vice President. Abstracts of the laws relating to minor and new parties, independent candidates and corrupt practices are also included. The information contain is based on the laws in effect as of January 8, 1980. The Foreword noted that there were a number of changes since the 1960 presidential election.
Washington, DC: U. S. Government Printing Office, 1961. Presumed First Edition, First printing. Wraps. xiv, 699,  pages. Wraps. Cover has some wear and soiling. 51 entries listed in the Table of Contents. Index. Laid in is a handwritten note by Senator Warren Magnuson, then Chairman of the Committee on Commerce, on a United States Senate Memorandum sheet that says "I thought you would be interested in this. Warren Magnuson USS". From the Preface "Parts I, II, and III of the Final Report constitute a unique record in American Political History. For the first time, we have the complete press conferences, speeches, remarks, and statement of the two major candidates for the Presidency throughout the presidential campaign period. Here, then, is the presidential campaign of 1960. I [Chairman Magnuson] am confident the Senate and the public will find these volumes of continuing interest and use as a general reference work." NOTE: This final version has additional material, which was not available to the subcommittee at the time of the original subcommittee print of July 27, 1961, as well as a comprehensive index.