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1912 Ohio gubernatorial election

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1912 Ohio gubernatorial election

← 1910 November 5, 1912 1914 →
 
James M. Cox 1920.jpg
Robert B Brown framed.jpg
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Nominee James M. Cox Robert B. Brown Arthur Lovett Garford
Party Democratic Republican Progressive
Popular vote 439,323 272,500 217,903
Percentage 42.38% 26.29% 21.02%

 
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Nominee C. E. Ruthenberg
Party Socialist
Popular vote 87,709
Percentage 8.46%

Governor before election

Judson Harmon
Democratic

Elected Governor

James M. Cox
Democratic

The 1912 Ohio gubernatorial election was held on November 5, 1912. Democratic nominee James M. Cox defeated Republican nominee Robert B. Brown with 42.38% of the vote.

General election

Candidates

Major party candidates

  • James M. Cox, Democratic
  • Robert B. Brown, Republican

Other candidates

  • Arthur Lovett Garford, Progressive
  • C. E. Ruthenberg, Socialist
  • Daniel A. Poling, Prohibition
  • John Kircher, Socialist Labor

Results

1912 Ohio gubernatorial election[1]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Democratic James M. Cox 439,323 42.38%
Republican Robert B. Brown 272,500 26.29%
Progressive Arthur Lovett Garford 217,903 21.02%
Socialist C. E. Ruthenberg 87,709 8.46%
Prohibition Daniel A. Poling 16,607 1.60%
Socialist Labor John Kircher 2,689 0.26%
Majority 166,823
Turnout
Democratic hold Swing

References

  1. ^ Kalb, Deborah (24 December 2015). Guide to U.S. elections. ISBN 9781483380353. Retrieved 2020-06-29.
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