For the first time in history Jersey
City's Mayor Frank Hague faced "those damned voting machines,"
installed through the efforts of his archenemy, Republican Governor
Walter Edge. Many hoped that Boss Hague, denied the benign influence of
the graveyard vote, would be defeated after 28 years in office. Jersey
City's well-trained voters gave him a handsome 3-t01 majority.
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