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1913 United States Senate election in Georgia

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1913 United States Senate election in Georgia (Class 2)

← 1911 (Special) June 15, 1913 1914 (Special) →
 
AugustusOctaviusBacon.jpg
Nominee Augustus Octavius Bacon
Party Democratic
Percentage Unopposed

U.S. senator before election

Augustus Octavius Bacon
Democratic

Elected U.S. senator

Augustus Octavius Bacon
Democratic

The first election under the Seventeenth Amendment to the United States Constitution was a late election held June 15, 1913.[1][2] The election was late because two of the candidates were hospitalised due to illness and could not campaign as required.

Augustus Octavius Bacon was first elected by the Georgia Legislature in 1894. His most recent term had ended March 3, 1913, but the Legislature had failed to elect a successor.[citation needed] The Governor of Georgia then appointed Bacon to begin the term starting March 4, 1913.[3]

Bacon was re-elected in this late election, running unopposed.[1][3]

He would serve only until his death February 14, 1914,[1] leading to another interim appointment and eventual special election.

See also

References

  1. ^ a b c "BACON, Augustus Octavius (1839-1914)". Biographical Directory of the U.S. Congress. Retrieved February 24, 2020.
  2. ^ "Landmark Legislation: The Seventeenth Amendment to the Constitution". www.senate.gov. U.S. Senate. Retrieved February 24, 2020.
  3. ^ a b Cleveland, John Fitch; Ottarson, F. J.; Schem, Alexander Jacob; McPherson, Edward; Rhoades, Henry Eckford (1914). The Tribune Almanac and Political Register. Tribune Association. p. 458. Retrieved February 24, 2020.
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