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1920 Wisconsin gubernatorial election

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Wisconsin gubernatorial election, 1920

← 1918 November 2, 1920 1922 →
 
John J. Blaine.jpg
Robert B. McCoy.jpg
Nominee John J. Blaine Robert McCoy
Party Republican Democratic
Popular vote 366,247 247,746
Percentage 52.98% 35.84%

 
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Nominee William Coleman
Party Socialist
Popular vote 71,126
Percentage 10.29%

Governor before election

Emanuel L. Philipp
Republican

Elected Governor

John J. Blaine
Republican

The 1920 gubernatorial election in Wisconsin was held on November 2, 1920. Republican candidate John J. Blaine won the election with 52% of the vote,[1] winning his first of three terms as Governor of Wisconsin due to the popularity of Emanuel L. Philipp and it would lead to his victorious campaigns for Senate and Attorney General. Blaine defeated Democratic Party candidate Robert McCoy, Socialist candidate William Coleman and Prohibition Party candidate Henry H. Tubbs.

Candidates

The Republican Party (United States) backed John J. Blaine a former candidate for governor of Wisconsin in 1914 and the future Senator and Attorney General of Wisconsin, the Democratic Party (United States) backed Robert Bruce McCoy a general in the National Guard, Monroe County Court Judge and Mayor of Sparta, the Socialist Party of America backed Socialist trade union activist William Coleman who received the highest number of votes ever cast for a Socialist candidate for governor and the Prohibition Party backed Henry H. Tubbs.

Election Results

Gubernatorial election in Wisconsin, 1920 [1]
Party Candidate Running mate Votes Percentage
Republican John J. Blaine 366,247 52.98%
Democratic Robert McCoy 247,746 35.84%
Socialist William Coleman 71,126 10.29%
Prohibition Henry H. Tubbs 6,047 0.88%
Write-ins Write-ins 128 0.02%
Totals 691,294 100.00%
Republican hold Swing

References

  1. ^ a b "1920 Wisconsin Gubernatorial Election Results".
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