Jerry A. Johnson: Why You Must Vote

October 30, 2018

Did you know that in 1839, Marcus “Landslide” Morton was elected governor of Massachusetts by a margin of one vote? He garnered 51,034 votes, which was just one more than half of all votes cast. Had one vote shifted, the election would have gone to the legislature, and historians believe Morton would have lost in that contest. Later, in 1842, Morton won the governor’s office again by a single vote. That’s how he got the nickname “Landslide” Morton.

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