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The Governor 'Coke' Stevenson, conservative Democrat verses a young Lyndon Baines Johnson's political battle...
A Lyndon Baines Johnson, a young Franklin D. Roosevelt, "New Deal" Democrat..
A Henry Marshall who was about to investigate a Lyndon Baines Johnson's "landslide" victory over a Governor 'Coke' Stevenson.. And the investigation of a young Democrat from south-central Texas would include other inappropriate circumstances as indicated.. (87 votes statewide within the state of Texas)
During those days and times, there was NO Republican Party within the state of Texas. When winning the Democrat primary within the Lone Star State, this would be all what was needed for a Democrat to claim a certain political office at the time.
I believe the year of the said election was of 1948 as indicated... Or perhaps at an earlier and or later time and date circumstances????..