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Senate election, expulsion and censure cases from 1789 to 1960.

United States. Congress. Senate. Library.

Senate election, expulsion and censure cases from 1789 to 1960.

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Published by U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States. Congress. Senate -- Elections.,
  • United States. Congress. Senate -- Contested elections.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliographical footnotes.

    ContributionsHupman, Richard D., comp., United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Rules and Administration.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsJK1186 1962
    The Physical Object
    Pagination186 p.
    Number of Pages186
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5869911M
    LC Control Number62060680
    OCLC/WorldCa501132

    Stephen L. Morgan, et al., Appellants, v. United States of America, et al, F.2d (D.C. Cir. ) case opinion from the US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit.   Roy Moore And Senate Expulsion — No Senator Has Been Expelled Since There is no precedent for expelling a duly-elected Senate member for . The General Court is comprised of two distinct legislative bodies, the House of Representatives and the Senate. Each of these legislative bodies are governed by the Constitution, General Laws, the various court and sundry rulings, and its own set of rules (the House Rules and the Senate Rules) adopted by each chamber and a second set of rules adopted, in concurrence, known as the Joint Rules.


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Senate election, expulsion and censure cases from 1789 to 1960. by United States. Congress. Senate. Library. Download PDF EPUB FB2

U.S. Senate Election, Expulsion and Censure Cases discusses in detail the major cases of contested elections and disciplinary cases in the U.S. Senate from to Contested election cases are included in this book if either the full Senate or a Senate. Senate election, expulsion and censure cases from to Unknown Binding – January 1, See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions The Amazon Book ReviewManufacturer: U.S.

Govt. Print. Off. 31 rows  Sincethe Senate has expelled only fifteen of its entire membership. Of that number. Get this from a library. Senate election, expulsion and censure cases from to [Richard D Hupman; United States.

Congress. Senate. Library.; United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Rules and Administration.]. Senate election, expulsion and censure cases from to Author United States. Congress. Senate. Library. Published Featured Book United States Senate Election, Expulsion and Censure Cases by the Senate Historical Office is one of many books related to the rich history of the U.S.

Senate. Consult Bibliographies to learn about more literature written by or about senators, the Senate, Congress, and our nation's capitol. Senate Election, Expulsion and Censure Cases from to Author Valeo, Francis R.

(Francis Ralph), Published 6 For a complete list of Senate precedents prior tosee generally S. Doc.Butler and Wolff, Senate Historical Office, United States Senate Election, Expulsion and Censure Cases, () and S.

Doc.92d Cong., 1st Sess., Senate Election, Expulsion and Censure Cases from to (). Compilation of Senate Election Cases from toVolume 3 Issue 11 of 58th Congress.

Special session. Senate. Doc Compilation of Senate Election Cases from toUnited States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Privileges and Elections ProQuest Congressional: U.S. Serial Set Digital Collection Senate document, United States Senate. and Wolff, Senate Historical Office, United States Senate Elec tion, Expulsion and Censure Cases, () and S.

Doc.92d Cong., 1st Sess., Senate Election, Expulsion and Censure Cases from to (). 7 Standing Orders of the Senate, Senate Manual, § 80 (88 th Cong., Section 2(a), as amended).

Abuse and non-cooperation with the Subcommittee on Privileges and Elections during a investigation of his conduct, for abuse of the Select Committee to Study Censure. Condemned 5: Thomas J. Dodd (D-CT) Use of his office () to convert campaign funds to his personal benefit. Conduct unbecoming a senator.

Expulsion proceedings not resulting in expulsion. Many expulsion proceedings have been begun by the Senate that did not lead to expulsion. In most cases, the expulsion failed to secure the necessary two-thirds vote, in other cases the senator in question resigned while proceedings were taking place, and some proceedings ended when a senator died or his term expired.

Compilation of Senate Election Cases from to United States. Congress. Senate, George S. Taft, United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Privileges and Elections. U.S. Government Printing Office, - pages. 0 Reviews. Preview this book. Further reading.

Butler, Anne M., and Wendy Wolff, United States Senate Election, Expulsion and Censure Cases, – (Washington: Government Printing Office, ) Expulsion, Censure, Reprimand, and Fine: Legislative Discipline in the House of Representatives Congressional Research Service; Final Report of the Joint Committee on the Organization of Congress (December.

77th Congress, 2d sess. (), and R. Hupman, Senate Election, Expulsion and Censure Cases From toS. D OC. 71, 87th Congress, 2d sess. (), (dealing with the effort to exclude Senator Langer of North Dakota). U.S. The Court divided eight to one, Justice Stewart dissenting on the ground that.

United States Senate Election, Expulsion, and Censure Cases, U.S. Senate Historical Office; Historical Summary of Conduct Cases in the House of Representatives, Committee on Standards of Official Conduct, ; The Washington Post’s list of congressional indictments; Wikipedia’s list of convictions of American politicians, as of Jan Expulsion.

Read more about expulsion and see a list of expulsion cases. Historical Highlights Learn more about expulsions by reading these essays and a book profile from the Senate Historical Office. John Smith Resigns Under Fire, Ap Ten Senators Expelled, J Friendship or Treason?, February 5, Learn more about expulsions by reading these essays and a book profile from the Senate Historian’s office.

John Smith Resigns Under Fire, Ap Ten Senators Expelled, J Friendship or Treason?, February 5, High Court Upholds a Senator's Conviction, United States Senate Election, Expulsion, and Censure.

See also S. Rep.77th Congress, 2d sess. (), and R. Hupman, Senate Election, Expulsion and Censure Cases From toS.

Doc. 71, 87th Congress, 2d sess. (), (dealing with the effort to exclude Senator Langer of North Dakota). U.S. The Court divided eight to one, Justice Stewart dissenting on. Publication date Title Variation Election, expulsion, and censure cases, Series Senate document ; Note Rev.

of: Senate election, expulsion, and censure cases from to See also S. Rept.77th Congress 2d sess. (), and R. Hupman, Senate Election, Expulsion and Censure Cases From toS. Doc. 71, 87th Congress, 2d sess. (), (dealing with the effort to exclude Senator Langer.

Senate Election, Expulsion, and Censure Cases From to (S. Doc.Serial ). Washington: Government Printing Office, Sources on Senate Select, Special, and Joint Committees. The Constitution also gives each house of Congress the power to be the judge of "elections, returns, and qualifications of its members." This publication compiles and explains the various election, expulsion, and censure cases that the Senate engaged in from to An updated version of the publication is available on the Senate's website.

Punishing legislators is a delicate matter. Since Congress is the branch of government that most directly represents the interests of local people, removing a member is nothing to take lightly.

The. The Lottery to Choose Senate "Classes," Direct Election of Senators Smith vs. Cormier, United States Election, Expulsion, and Censure Cases After Elections Appointed Senators Freshman Senators Related Items: Current Senators.

^10 No. 71 on Senate Election, Expulsion and Censure Cases from to87th Cong., 2d Sess., (). ^11 Hearings on A Protest to the Seating of William Langer, before the Senate Committee on Privileges and Elections, 77th Cong., 1st Sess., (Nov.

3, 18, ) (hereinafter Hearings). ^12 Hearings ^13 Hearings   See also S. Rep.77th Congress, 2d sess. (), and R. Hupman, Senate Election, Expulsion and Censure Cases From toS. DOC. 71, 87th Congress, 2d sess. (), (dealing with the effort to exclude Senator Langer of North Dakota).

U.S. The Court divided eight to one, Justice Stewart dissenting on. United States Senate election, expulsion, and censure cases, by Senate Republican Conference (U.S.) (Book) 4 editions published The Senate, addresses on the history of the United States Senate by Robert C Byrd.

Censure and Expulsion: Article 1, Section 5 of the U.S. Constitution gives both houses of Congress the right to punish members for “disorderly behavior.” In the Senate, members can be. Opinion for Monserrate v.

NEW YORK STATE SENATE, F. Supp. 2d 80 — Brought to you by Free Law Project, a non-profit dedicated to creating high quality open legal information. Markey, Senate Election, Expulsion and Censure Cases from toS. Doc. 71, 87th Cong., 2d Sess., (). Go to And Cunningham holds that, "The Senate, having sole authority under the Constitution to judge of the elections, returns and qualifications of its members, may exercise in its own right the incidental power of.

A censure is a public rebuke of a member by the Senate as a body and not the expulsion of a Senator. But a censure vote can have a powerful effect on a Senator’s public image and his or her ability to participate in Senate decisions. Senate Election Cases from to 76th Cong., 3d Sess. Washington: U.S.

GPO, x, p. Compiled for the Committee on Privileges and Elections, United States Senate. Compiled for the Committee on Privileges and Elections, United States Senate. The Senate itself has recounted the votes in close elections in States where there was no recount procedure.

E.g., O'Conor v. Markey, Senate Election, Expulsion and Censure Cases from toNo. 71, 87th Cong., 2d Sess., (). JUSTICE DOUGLAS, with whom MR. JUSTICE BRENNAN concurs, dissenting in part. The Senate has also censured and condemned senators; censure requires only a simple majority and does not remove a senator from office.

Some senators have opted to withdraw from their re-election races rather than face certain censure or expulsion, such as Robert Torricelli in There is some discrepancy in the historical record concerning the number of votes. The U.S. Senate Historical Office claims that Cutting won by 1, votes.

See Anne M. Butler and Wendy Wolff, United States Senate: Election, Expulsion and Censure Cases, – (Washington, D.C.: Government. But the Supreme Court has not addressed whether expulsion of a member of the Senate, once seated, is subject to court review.

The official history of the U.S. Senate shows that sincethe Senate has expelled only 15 members, and 14 of those were charged with support of the Confederacy during the Civil War. In several other cases, the. Source: James D.

Richardson, ed., A Compilation of the Messages and Papers of the Presidents,Volume III (Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, ), To the Senate of the United States: The responsibilities of the President are numerous and weighty.

He is liable to impeachment for high crimes and misdemeanors, and on due conviction to removal from office and. The Senate itself has recounted the votes in close elections in States where there was no recount procedure. E.g., O'Conor v. Markey, Senate Election, Expulsion and Censure Cases from to71, 87th Cong., 2d Sess., ().

In almost two centuries of numerous election contests resolved by the House and Senate, beginning in the very first Congress, see III L. DE PAUW, DOCUMENTARY HISTORY OF THE FIRST FEDERAL CONGRESS(); I HINDS' PRECEDENTS OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES §§ () (hereinafter "HINDS' PRECEDENTS"); II id.

at §§. History of Senate Expulsions. Sincethe Senate has expelled only 15 of its members, 14 of which had been charged with support of the Confederacy during the Civil only other U.S. senator to be kicked out of the chamber was William Blount of Tennessee in for anti-Spanish conspiracy and treason.

The United States Senate is a legislative chamber in the bicameral legislature of the United States, and together with the House of Representatives makes up the U.S.

Congress. First convened inthe composition and powers of the Senate are established in Article One of the U.S. Constitution.

Each state is represented by two senators, regardless of population, who serve .Extracts from the Journal of the United States Senate in All Cases of Impeachment Presented by the House of Representatives, 62d Cong., 2d Sess.

Washington: GPO, p. Impeachment of William Blount, John Pickering, Samuel Chase, James H. Peck, West H. Humphreys, Andrew Johnson, William Belknap, and Charles Swayne.