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LETTER FROM SENATOR E. LEE TRINKLE, candidate for nomination as Governor, in the Democratic Primary, 1921; replying to the Program of Legislation of the Virginia League of Women Voters. "In my hurried passage through Richmond I have been handed your official letter. I hereby make acknowledgment and thank you for the courtesy extended me. "I stand as I have always stood, without exception, on the platforms of the Democratic Party, both State and National, a number of whose planks are in accord with the views of your League. "My personal views on the questions which the people seem most concerned about at this time have been expressed in speeches which I have made in teh campaign and in the printed statemetns which I have given out to teh public. They mayb e summarized as follows:
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LETTER FROM SENATOR E. LEE TRINKLE, candidate for nomination as Governor, in the Democratic Primary, 1921; replying to the Program of Legislation of the Virginia League of Women Voters. "In my hurried passage through Richmond I have been handed your official letter. I hereby make acknowledgment and thank you for the courtesy extended me. "I stand as I have always stood, without exception, on the platforms of the Democratic Party, both State and National, a number of whose planks are in accord with the views of your League. "My personal views on the questions which the people seem most concerned about at this time have been expressed in speeches which I have made in the campaign and in the printed statements which I have given out to the public. They may be summarized as follows:

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LETTER FROM SENATOR E. LEE TRINKLE, candidate for nomination as Governor, in the Democratic Primary, 1921; replying to the Program of Legislation of the Virginia League of Women Voters. "In my hurried passage through Richmond I have been handed your official letter. I hereby make acknowledgment and thank you for the courtesy extended me. "I stand as I have always stood, without exception, on the platforms of the Democratic Party, both State and National, a number of whose planks are in accord with the views of your League. "My personal views on the questions which the people seem most concerned about at this time have been expressed in speeches which I have made in the campaign and in the printed statements which I have given out to the public. They may be summarized as follows: