From the April 6, 1922 Skidmore News (Skidmore, Missouri), page 1: Miller Chosen Mayor at Election Tuesday.Defeats Freeze, 114-78Ray Strickler MarshallSewell and Goslee School Directors. J. O. Miller was elected Mayor Tuesday, over Mike Freeze, by a vote of 114… Read moreMiller Chosen Mayor, 1922
We know that Skidmore, Missouri has all kinds of connections around the country. Here’s one of the political variety from the November 12, 1908 Skidmore New Era, page 6: Went to School With James S. Sherman, Vice-President Elect.G. R. Davis,… Read moreSkidmore Political Connections, 1908
Whether your favorite candidates win or lose in today’s elections, we hope your community can come together the way Skidmore, Missouri did following the elections of 1908. Here’s proof that when neighbors from different political persuasions are gracious to one… Read moreBipartisan Oyster Supper, 1908
Political news from the Skidmore News (Skidmore, Missouri), June 3, 1920, page 1: Woman Would Be Treasurer Mrs. Edith Glenn of Skidmore, today filed with the county clerk her declaration as a candidate for treasurer of Nodaway County, subject to… Read moreEdith Torrey Glenn for Treasurer, 1920
Election returns from Skidmore, Missouri, as published in the April 8, 1920 edition of the Skidmore News, page 1, of course: City Election A few of the citizens of Skidmore met last Saturday night at the E. D. French cream… Read moreElection Results, April 1920
We’re taking a break from our World War I coverage today to remind you to go to the polls and vote. As with all elections, we’ll just have to see whose chickens come home to roost. The Skidmore New Era… Read morePolitical Chickens, 1910
We are proud to count this early Nodaway County candidate in our own family tree. From the October 28, 1920 Skidmore News, page 1: Booster Trip for Mrs. Glenn. About fifty members of the “Mrs. Glenn for Treasurer” club made… Read moreMrs. Glenn Wins, 1920
Dan Baker, editor of the Skidmore New Era (Skidmore, Missouri), runs for Nodaway County Recorder on the Democratic ticket.
Election day editorial from the March 31, 1903 edition of the Skidmore, Missouri Standard.
Three happy Democrats, hoarse from cheering, return to Nodaway County, Missouri from the national convention in Kansas City in 1900. Frank T. Russell, E. E. Tilton, and B. F. Martin of Skidmore, Missouri are the subject of the piece.