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1904 United States gubernatorial elections

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1904 United States gubernatorial elections

← 1903 November 8, 1904[a] 1905 →

33 state governorships (including 1 special election)
  Majority party Minority party Third party
 
Party Republican Democratic Silver
Last election 27 governorships 17 governorships 1 governorship
Seats before 27 17 1
Seats after 25 19 1
Seat change Decrease2 Increase2 Steady

USgubernatorial1904.png
     Democratic gain      Democratic hold
     Republican gain      Republican hold

United States gubernatorial elections were held in 1904, in 33 states, concurrent with the House, Senate elections and presidential election, on November 8, 1904 (except in Arkansas, Georgia, Maine and Vermont, which held early elections).

In Wyoming, a special election was held following the death of Governor DeForest Richards in April 1903.

Results

State Incumbent Party Status Opposing Candidates
Arkansas
(held, 5 September 1904)
Jefferson Davis Democratic Re-elected, 60.97% Harry H. Meyers (Republican) 36.41%
John G. Adams (Prohibition) 2.22%
Scattering 0.40%
[1]
Colorado James H. Peabody Republican Defeated, 46.80% Alva Adams (Democratic) 50.64%
Robert A. N. Wilson (Prohibition) 1.24%
Andrew H. Floaten (Socialist) 1.07%
James Merwin (People's) 0.13%
J. A. Knight (Socialist Labor) 0.12%
[2]
Connecticut Abiram Chamberlain Republican [Data unknown/missing.] Henry Roberts (Republican) 54.88%
A. Heaton Richardson (Democratic) 41.48%
George A. Sweetland (Socialist) 2.30%
Oliver G. Beard (Prohibition) 0.79%
Timothy Sullivan (Socialist Labor) 0.30%
Joseph Sheldon (Populist) 0.25%
[3]
Delaware John Hunn Republican Retired, Republican victory Preston Lea (Republican) 51.40%
Caleb S. Pennewill (Democratic) 45.13%
Joseph H. Chandler (Independent Republican) 1.83%
John R. Price (Prohibition) 1.34%
Gustave E. Reinicke (Socialist) 0.30%
[4]
Florida William Sherman Jennings Democratic Term-limited, Democratic victory Napoleon Bonaparte Broward (Democratic) 79.16%
Matthew B. MacFarlane (Republican) 17.37%
W. R. Healey (Socialist) 3.47%
[5]
Georgia
(held, 5 October 1904)
Joseph M. Terrell Democratic Re-elected, 100.00%[6] (Democratic primary results)
Joseph M. Terrell unopposed
[7]
Idaho John T. Morrison Republican Lost re-nomination, Republican victory Frank R. Gooding (Republican) 58.74%
Henry Heitfeld (Democratic) 34.02%
Theodore B. Shaw (Socialist) 5.61%
Edwin R. Headley (Prohibition) 1.39%
T. W. Bartley (People's) 0.25%
[8]
Illinois Richard Yates Jr. Republican Lost re-nomination, Republican victory Charles Samuel Deneen (Republican) 59.09%
Lawrence B. Stringer (Democratic) 31.21%
John Collins (Socialist) 5.51%
Robert H. Patton (Prohibition) 3.30%
Philip Veal (Socialist Labor) 0.41%
James Hogan (People's) 0.41%
Andrew G. Specht (Continental) 0.07%
[9]
Indiana Winfield T. Durbin Republican Term-limited, Republican victory James Frank Hanly (Republican) 53.51%
John Worth Kern (Democratic) 40.95%
Felix T. McWhirter (Prohibition) 3.38%
Matthew Hallenberger (Socialist) 1.64%
Leroy Templeton (People's) 0.31%
E. J. Dillon (Socialist Labor) 0.21%
[10]
Kansas Willis J. Bailey Republican Retired, Republican victory Edward W. Hoch (Republican) 57.92%
David M. Dale (Democratic) 36.29%
Granville Lowther (Socialist) 3.75%
James Kerr (Prohibition) 2.04%
[11]
Maine
(held, 12 September 1904)
John Fremont Hill Republican [Data unknown/missing.] William T. Cobb (Republican) 58.52%
C. W. Davis (Democratic) 38.13%
Nathan F. Woodbury (Prohibition) 2.12%
Wilbur G. Hapgood (Socialist) 1.21%
Scattering 0.02%
[12]
Massachusetts John L. Bates Republican Defeated, 44.14% William L. Douglas (Democratic) 52.14%
John Quincy Adams (Socialist) 2.58%
Oliver W. Cobb (Prohibition) 0.70%
Michael T. Berry (Socialist Labor) 0.45%
[13]
Michigan Aaron T. Bliss Republican Retired, Republican victory Fred M. Warner (Republican) 54.09%
Woodbridge Nathan Ferris (Democratic) 42.61%
James M. Shackleton (Prohibition) 1.98%
Clayton J. Lamb (Socialist) 1.18%
Meiko Meyer (Socialist Labor) 0.15%
[14]
Minnesota Samuel R. Van Sant Republican Retired, Democratic victory John Albert Johnson (Democratic) 48.71%
Robert C. Dunn (Republican) 46.13%
Charles W. Dorsett (Prohibition) 2.49%
Jay E. Nash (Public Ownership) 1.91%
A. W. M. Anderson (Socialist Labor) 0.76%
[15]
Missouri Alexander Monroe Dockery Democratic Term-limited, Democratic victory Joseph W. Folk (Democratic) 50.73%
Cyrus P. Walbridge (Republican) 46.05%
Ernest T. Behrens (Socialist) 1.71%
Orange J. Hill (Prohibition) 0.87%
William C. Alldredge (People's) 0.42%
J. E. White (Socialist Labor) 0.22%
[16]
Montana Joseph K. Toole Democratic Re-elected, 53.79% William Lindsay (Republican) 40.99%
Malcolm A. O'Malley (Socialist) 5.22%
[17]
Nebraska John H. Mickey Republican Re-elected, 49.67% George W. Berge (Democratic/Populist fusion) 45.61%
C. F. Swander (Prohibition) 2.44%
Benjamin H. Vail (Socialist) 2.28%
[18]
New Hampshire Nahum J. Bachelder Republican [Data unknown/missing.] John McLane (Republican) 57.83%
Henry F. Hollis (Democratic) 40.05%
Sumner F. Claflin (Socialist) 1.07%
David Heald (Prohibition) 0.97%
George Howie (People's) 0.07%
Scattering 0.02%
[19]
New Jersey Franklin Murphy Republican Term-limited, Republican victory Edward C. Stokes (Republican) 53.50%
Charles C. Black (Democratic) 41.56%
Henry R. Kearns (Socialist) 2.05%
James Parker (Prohibition) 1.55%
George A. Honnecker (Populist) 0.76%
George P. Herrschaft (Socialist Labor) 0.58%
[20]
New York Benjamin Odell Republican Retired, Republican victory Frank W. Higgins (Republican) 50.27%
D. Cady Herrick (Democratic) 45.29%
Thomas Pendergast (Social Democrat) 2.24%
John McKee (Prohibition) 1.27%
Daniel De Leon (Socialist Labor) 0.56%
Alfred J. Boulton (People's) 0.37%
[21]
North Carolina Charles Brantley Aycock Democratic Term-limited, Democratic victory Robert B. Glenn (Democratic) 61.72%
Charles J. Harris (Republican) 38.11%
James M. Templeton (Prohibition) 0.11%
William Pegram (Socialist) 0.05%
[22]
North Dakota Frank White Republican Retired, Republican victory Elmore Y. Sarles (Republican) 70.71%
Marthinus F. Hegge (Democratic) 24.65%
Arthur Basset (Socialist) 2.59%
Hans H. Aaker (Prohibition) 2.04%
[23]
Rhode Island Lucius F. C. Garvin Democratic Defeated, 47.70% George H. Utter (Republican) 48.94%
William E. Brightman (Prohibition) 1.58%
John Edward Carney (Socialist) 1.08%
Peter McDermott (Socialist Labor) 0.71%
[24]
South Carolina Duncan Clinch Heyward Democratic Re-elected Duncan Clinch Heyward (Democratic) 100.00%[25]
(Democratic primary results)
Duncan Clinch Heyward unopposed
[citation needed]
South Dakota Charles N. Herreid Republican Retired, Republican victory Samuel H. Elrod (Republican) 68.29%
Louis N. Crill (Democratic) 24.68%
Freeman Knowles (Socialist) 3.02%
W. J. Edgar (Prohibition) 2.91%
R. C. Warne (Populist) 1.11%
[26]
Tennessee James B. Frazier Democratic Re-elected, 55.72% Jessie M. Littleton (Republican) 43.81%
John M. Ray (Socialist) 0.47%
[27]
Texas Samuel W. T. Lanham Democratic Re-elected, 73.57% J. G. Lowden (Republican) 20.29%
Pat B. Clark (Populist) 3.32%
W. D. Jackson (Prohibition) 1.61%
Word H. Mills (Socialist) 1.02%
Frank Leitner (Socialist Labor) 0.20%
[28]
Utah Heber Manning Wells Republican Lost re-nomination, Republican victory John C. Cutler (Republican) 49.97%
James Henry Moyle (Democratic) 37.40%
William Montague Ferry (American) 7.82%
Joseph A. Kauffman (Socialist) 4.81%
[29]
Vermont
(held, 6 September 1904)
John G. McCullough Republican Retired, Republican victory Charles J. Bell (Republican) 72.22%
Eli H. Porter (Democratic) 24.85%
Homer Fletcher Comings (Prohibition) 1.76%
Clarence E. Morse (Socialist) 1.15%
Scattering 0.01%
[30]
Washington Henry McBride Republican Lost re-nomination, Republican victory Albert Edward Mead (Republican) 51.34%
George Turner (Democratic) 40.87%
David Burgess (Socialist) 5.13%
Ambrose H. Sherwood (Prohibition) 1.92%
William McCormick (Socialist Labor) 0.74%
[31]
West Virginia Albert B. White Republican Term-limited, Republican victory William M. O. Dawson (Republican) 50.78%
John Jacob Cornwell (Democratic) 47.02%
Joseph W. Bedford (Prohibition) 1.67%
J. M. Eskey (Socialist) 0.53%
[32]
Wisconsin Robert M. LaFollette Republican Re-elected, 50.55% George Wilbur Peck (Democratic) 39.22%
William A. Arnold (Social Democrat) 5.53%
Edward Schofield (National Republican) 2.70%
William H. Clark (Prohibition) 1.95%
Charles M. Minkley (Socialist Labor) 0.06%
[33]
Wyoming
(special election)
Fenimore Chatterton Republican Lost re-nomination, Republican victory Bryant B. Brooks (Republican) 57.48%
John E. Osborne (Democratic) 39.27%
James W. Gates (Socialist) 2.64%
George W. Blain (Prohibition) 0.62%
[34]

See also

References

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  2. ^ "CO Governor, 1904". Our Campaigns. Retrieved 15 April 2019.
  3. ^ "CT Governor, 1904". Our Campaigns. Retrieved 15 April 2019.
  4. ^ "DE Governor, 1904". Our Campaigns. Retrieved 15 April 2019.
  5. ^ "FL Governor, 1904". Our Campaigns. Retrieved 15 April 2019.
  6. ^ "GA Governor, 1904". Our Campaigns. Retrieved 15 April 2019.
  7. ^ "Wednesday will settle fate of all candidates". The Atlanta Constitution. Atlanta, Georgia. 17 April 1904. p. 5.
  8. ^ "ID Governor, 1904". Our Campaigns. Retrieved 15 April 2019.
  9. ^ "IL Governor, 1904". Our Campaigns. Retrieved 15 April 2019.
  10. ^ "IN Governor, 1904". Our Campaigns. Retrieved 15 April 2019.
  11. ^ "KS Governor, 1904". Our Campaigns. Retrieved 15 April 2019.
  12. ^ "ME Governor, 1904". Our Campaigns. Retrieved 15 April 2019.
  13. ^ "MA Governor, 1904". Our Campaigns. Retrieved 15 April 2019.
  14. ^ "MI Governor, 1904". Our Campaigns. Retrieved 15 April 2019.
  15. ^ "MN Governor, 1904". Our Campaigns. Retrieved 15 April 2019.
  16. ^ "MO Governor, 1904". Our Campaigns. Retrieved 15 April 2019.
  17. ^ "MT Governor, 1904". Our Campaigns. Retrieved 15 April 2019.
  18. ^ "NE Governor, 1904". Our Campaigns. Retrieved 15 April 2019.
  19. ^ "NH Governor, 1904". Our Campaigns. Retrieved 15 April 2019.
  20. ^ "NJ Governor, 1904". Our Campaigns. Retrieved 15 April 2019.
  21. ^ "NY Governor, 1904". Our Campaigns. Retrieved 15 April 2019.
  22. ^ "NC Governor, 1904". Our Campaigns. Retrieved 15 April 2019.
  23. ^ "ND Governor, 1904". Our Campaigns. Retrieved 15 April 2019.
  24. ^ "RI Governor, 1904". Our Campaigns. Retrieved 15 April 2019.
  25. ^ "SC Governor, 1904". Our Campaigns. Retrieved 15 April 2019.
  26. ^ "SD Governor, 1904". Our Campaigns. Retrieved 15 April 2019.
  27. ^ "TN Governor, 1904". Our Campaigns. Retrieved 15 April 2019.
  28. ^ "TX Governor, 1904". Our Campaigns. Retrieved 15 April 2019.
  29. ^ "UT Governor, 1904". Our Campaigns. Retrieved 15 April 2019.
  30. ^ "VT Governor, 1904". Our Campaigns. Retrieved 15 April 2019.
  31. ^ "WA Governor, 1904". Our Campaigns. Retrieved 15 April 2019.
  32. ^ "WV Governor, 1904". Our Campaigns. Retrieved 15 April 2019.
  33. ^ "WI Governor, 1904". Our Campaigns. Retrieved 15 April 2019.
  34. ^ "WY Governor, 1904 - Special Election". Our Campaigns. Retrieved 15 April 2019.

Notes

  1. ^ Arkansas, Georgia, Maine and Vermont held early elections.
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