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Technically, these were overvotes, and should not have counted for either the major party candidates or the Socialist Workers Party electors.
Within two days of the election, the Attorney General and Pima County Attorney had agreed that all votes should count. The Socialist Workers Party had not qualified as a party, and thus did not have a presidential candidate.
In the official state canvass, votes for Nixon, McGovern, or Schmitz, are shown as being for the presidential candidate, the party, and the elector slate of the party; while those for the Socialist Worker Party elector candidates were for those candidates only.
In the view of the Secretary of State, the votes were not for Linda Jenness. Some tabulations count the votes for Jenness.
Historically, presidential candidate names did not appear on ballots, and voters voted directly for the electors.
Nonetheless, votes for the electors are attributed to the presidential candidate. Counting the votes in Arizona for Jenness is consistent with this practice.
Because of the confusing ballots, Socialist Workers Party electors received votes on about 21 percent and 8 percent of ballots in Pima and Yavapai, respectively.
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Nominee Linda Jenness Alternate nominee: Hampton organized and partially financed the unit known as " Hampton's Legion ," which consisted of six companies of infantry, four companies of cavalry, and one battery of artillery.
He personally paid for all the weapons for the Legion. Hampton was a natural cavalryman—brave, audacious, and already a superb horseman. Of officers without previous military experience, he was one of three to achieve the rank of lieutenant general , the others being Nathan Bedford Forrest and Richard Taylor.
Hampton's first combat came at the First Battle of Manassas , where he deployed his Legion at a decisive moment, reenforcing a Confederate line that was retreating from Buck Hill, giving the brigade of Thomas J.
Jackson time to reach the field and make a defensive stand. A bullet creased Hampton's forehead when he led a charge against a Union artillery position.
It was the first of five wounds he would receive during the war. During the winter of , Hampton's Legion was assigned to the command of Gustavus W.
Smith's division accompanied the rest of Joseph E. On May 23, , Hampton was promoted to brigadier general. At the Battle of Seven Pines on May 31, , he was severely wounded in the foot, but while still under fire, remained on his horse while the foot was treated.
Hampton returned to duty in time to fill in as leader of an infantry brigade for Stonewall Jackson at the end of the Seven Days Battles , although the brigade was not significantly engaged.
Lee reorganized his cavalry forces as a division under the command of J. Stuart , who selected Hampton as his senior subordinate, to command one of two cavalry brigades.
Hampton's brigade was left in Richmond to keep eyes on McClellan's withdrawal from the Peninsula, while the rest of the army participated in the Northern Virginia Campaign.
Thus, Hampton and his men missed the Second Battle of Manassas , re-joining the army shortly thereafter; but were present on the extreme left of the Confederate line at Sharpsburg.
His brigade was selected to participate in Stuart's Chambersburg Raid in October , in which Hampton was briefly appointed "military governor" of the town following its surrender to the Confederate cavalry.
Hampton was not present at Fredericksburg , or Chancellorsville due to being detached for raids elsewhere. At the Battle of Brandy Station , the war's largest predominantly cavalry battle, Hampton was slightly wounded and his younger brother Frank, was killed.
Immediately thereafter, Hampton's brigade participated in Stuart's raid in Pennsylvania, swinging around the Union army and losing contact with Lee.
Stuart and Hampton reached the vicinity of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania , late on July 2, While just outside town, Hampton was confronted by a Union cavalryman pointing a rifle at him from yards.
Hampton charged the trooper before he could fire his rifle, but another trooper blindsided Hampton with a saber cut to the back of his head.
On July 3, Hampton led the cavalry attack to the east of Gettysburg, attempting to disrupt the Union rear areas, but colliding with Union cavalry.
He received two more saber cuts to the front of his head, but continued fighting until he was wounded again with a piece of shrapnel to the hip.
On August 3, , Hampton was promoted to major general and received command of a cavalry division. As his wounds from Gettysburg were slow to heal, he could not return to duty until November.
Stuart was killed at the Yellow Tavern. Philip Sheridan 's cavalry destroying railroad in central Virginia. He distinguished himself further with a successful strategic victory at the bloody Battle of Trevilian Station , the war's largest all cavalry battle.
After his return to Richmond, he fought at Nance's Shop , and was given command of the Cavalry Corps on August 11, For the rest of the war, Hampton lost no cavalry battles.
In September, Hampton conducted what became known as the " Beefsteak Raid ", where his troopers captured over head of cattle and more than prisoners behind enemy lines.
Preston Hampton, a lieutenant serving as one of his aides, to deliver a message. Shortly afterward, Hampton and his other son, Wade IV, rode in the same direction.
Before traveling yards, they came across Preston lying on the ground; he was fatally wounded and soon died. As young Wade dismounted, he was also shot but survived.
He was promoted to lieutenant general on February 14, , but eventually surrendered to the Union along with General Joseph E. Hampton was reluctant to surrender, and nearly got into a personal fight with Union Brig.
Early , Hampton became a proponent of the Lost Cause movement. He worked to explain the Confederacy's loss of the war and deeply regretted the loss of the secure life he had before the war.
He strongly resented the use of black troops as part of the Federal government's occupying force in South Carolina.
Hampton was offered the nomination for governor in , but refused because he believed Northerners would be suspicious of a former Confederate general seeking political office only months after the end of the Civil War.
Hampton campaigned to ask supporters not to vote for him in the gubernatorial election. In , he became the chairman of the state Democratic Party central committee.
That year, the Radical Republicans took the election. He essentially ceased most overt political activity until He helped raise money for legal defense funds after the Federal government started to enforce anti-Klan legislation of and to suppress the violence of its members against freedmen and white Republicans.
He was not known to have active involvement within the organization. Other insurgent groups rapidly formed to replace the KKK. In South Carolina and other states, groups of men calling themselves "rifle clubs" formed to act as law enforcement in the years after the war.
In , an estimated 20, men in South Carolina were members of rifle clubs in the state. Beginning in the mids, the Democratic paramilitary group known as the Red Shirts developed chapters in most South Carolina counties they had originated in Mississippi , and were similar to rifle clubs.
These groups acted as "the military arm of the Democratic Party. Hampton opposed the Radical Republicans' Reconstruction policies in the South.
He re-entered South Carolina politics in , running in opposition to those policies. Hampton used Grace Peixotto 's "Big Brick House," a prominent brothel located at 11 Fulton Street in Charleston , to assure complete privacy for the Red Shirts' meetings; it mainly served as campaign headquarters.
The Red Shirts had used violence in every county to suppress black Republican voting. Both parties claimed victory. For more than six months, there were two legislatures in the state, both claiming to be authentic.
The national election of Rutherford B. Hayes as President was settled by a compromise among Democrats, by which the national party agreed to end formally the Reconstruction era.
In Hayes ordered the withdrawal of federal troops from the South, essentially leaving freedmen to deal with whites on their own.
After the election, Hampton became known as the "Savior of South Carolina," and among those Democrats elected who were called "Redeemers.
Several weeks later, his right leg was amputated due to complications arising from this injury. Despite refusing to announce his candidacy for the Senate, Hampton was elected to the United States Senate by the General Assembly on the same day as his leg was amputated.
He resigned from the governorship to serve two terms in the Senate, until He was among Bourbon Democrats who appealed to some freedmen in support of his win.
Irby won the seat in the state elections of In , his home in Columbia , was destroyed by fire. An elderly man, he then had limited funds and few means to find a new home.
Over his strong protests, a group of friends raised enough funds to build him one. He was a hereditary member of the South Carolina Society of the Cincinnati.
In , Hampton married Margaret Preston In , Hampton's niece Caroline , an operating room nurse, married William Halsted , later known as the "father of American surgery " for his contributions.
He had developed the surgical glove to try to protect Caroline's skin from the harsh surgical sterilization chemicals.