REC/GOV/038. Election Laws Commission.
Record Group Term
Set up under Special Act No. 1 (HB 74) at the 1939 session of the General Assembly, the Election Laws Commission was a seven-member, bi-partisan body charged with studying election laws and proposing revisions. The Commission held its first meeting on February 6, 1939 and submitted its first report to the Governor on April 14, 1939. Lawmakers extended the Commission to May 1, 1941, and it submitted its second and final report on January 31, 1941. This record group contains the two reports, minutes of meetings and transcripts of public hearings, correspondence concerning Attorney General’s opinions, drafts of reports and proposed legislation, and reference materials.
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Election Laws Commission records
The Election Laws Commission studied election laws and recommended changes to correct any inadequacies.
Unprocessed Material — Accession T002692
Dates: Other: 1939 - 1941
Found in: Connecticut State Library