Event looks at state Supreme Court's ...

Event looks at state Supreme Court's history

There are 2 comments on the Connecticut Post story from Jun 6, 2008, titled Event looks at state Supreme Court's history. In it, Connecticut Post reports that:

A posse of politicians bent on installing their man as governor stormed the executive office following the election of 1890 and demanded that Morgan Bulkeley leave that instant - or else.

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1890 voter

Woodbury, CT

#1 Jun 6, 2008
very interesting.

As a side note, our brilliant leaders chose paper ballots to replace voting machines. It's like voting in 1890 again !!! Crazy that in the 21st century, the internet age, we are back to paper and pencil (and don't forget all those manilla folders). What a waste.
James Trowbridge

Netcong, NJ

#2 Jun 7, 2008
Nice piece. One correction: the plainting behind the bench is of colonial leaders preparng to hide the Royal Charter in the Charter Oak tree.

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