To Alexander K. McClure 
Hon. A. K. McClure Washington,
Harrisburg, Pa. Oct. 30. 1864
I would like to hear from you. A. LINCOLN
 ALS, DNA WR RG 107, Presidential Telegrams, I, 215. No reply from McClure has been found prior to the following letter, dated November 5, 1864:
``The work is as well done as it can be done, & well enough I have no doubt. We shall carry the State by from 5,000 to 10,000 on the home vote, & it may be more, unless all signs are deceptive.
``We should have had much more, but it is too late for complaint, & we shall have enough.
``I go home to-morrow greatly encouraged by the conviction that your Election will be by a decisive vote, & give you all the moral power necessary for your high & holy trust. . . .'' (DLC-RTL).