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So we've been debating voting, controversial election results and the crooked strategies used by parties to settle them. I thought this was interesting. Anyway it adds some perspective and I think the history is cool too.
Miltia was called in, deputies were issued bats and guns. It was pretty tense.
The election of 1892 brought Populist Lorenzo D. Lewelling into the governorship. His People's Party (Populists) had gained control of the state Senate two years earlier and it believed it had won the House of Representatives in 1892. However, Republicans claimed 64 seats in the lower chamber.
Tension mounted in mid-February 1893, and Populists took sole possession of Representative Hall locking themselves in and Republicans out.
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