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1912 Arkansas gubernatorial election

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1912 Arkansas gubernatorial election

← 1910 September 9, 1912 (1912-09-09) 1913 (special) →
Turnout10.78% Increase 1.21
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Nominee Joseph Taylor Robinson Andrew I. Roland G. E. Mikel
Party Democratic Republican Socialist
Popular vote 109,825 46,440 13,384
Percentage 64.74% 27.37% 7.89%

Governor before election

Joseph Taylor Robinson

Elected Governor

Joseph Taylor Robinson

The Arkansas gubernatorial election of 1912 took place on September 9, 1912.[1][2]

Democratic Representative Joseph Taylor Robinson defeated the Republican and Socialist candidates Andrew I. Roland and G. E. Mikel with 64.74% of the vote.

Robinson would later leave his position after he was elected by the state legislature to fill the vacant Senate seat after Jefferson Davis died and would be succeeded by William Kavanaugh Oldham.

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Arkansas gubernatorial election, 1912[3]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Joseph Taylor Robinson 109,825 64.74%
Republican Andrew I. Roland 46,440 27.37%
Socialist G. E. Mikel 13,384 7.89%
Total votes 169,649 100%


  1. ^ "Monday will be election day". The log cabin Democrat. Conway, Ark. 7 September 1912. p. 1. Retrieved 17 November 2020.
  2. ^ "Arkansas election". The commoner. Lincoln, Neb. 13 September 1912. p. 2. Retrieved 17 November 2020.
  3. ^ "Arkansas gubernatorial election, 1912".
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