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1901 New York City borough president elections

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Results by borough.[1][2]
  Fusion/Republican 50–60%
  Democratic 50–60%

Elections were held to elect the borough presidents of New York City on November 5, 1901.[1] Fusionists and Republicans won three of the city's five boroughs while Democrats were returned in The Bronx and Queens.[1][2]

Summary of results by Borough[1]
Borough Democratic candidate, vote, % Fusion/Republican candidate, vote, %
Manhattan Fromme, 129,257, 48.06% Jacob A. Cantor, 139,685, 51.94%
The Bronx Louis F. Haffen, 19,509, 51.96% Wells, 18,039, 48.04%
Brooklyn[2] Driggs, 93,392, 46.24% J. Edward Swanstrom, 108,559, 53.76%
Queens[a] Joseph Cassidy, 14,437, 53.72% Doht, 10,484, 39.01%
Richmond Muller, 6,160, 48.17% George Cromwell, 6,628, 51.83%


  1. ^ Tallies account for Citizens' Union candidate Lawrence, who received 1,952 votes for 7.26%.[1]


  1. ^ a b c d e "Greater New York and Long Island vote". The Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Vol. 61, no. 308. November 6, 1901. p. 7. Retrieved May 12, 2019 – via
  2. ^ a b c "Greater New York and Long Island vote". The Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Vol. 61, no. 308. November 6, 1901. p. 6. Retrieved May 12, 2019 – via
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