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1925 United States Senate special election in Wisconsin

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There was a single special election in 1925 to the United States Senate. It was held in Wisconsin for the Class 3 seat, previously held by Robert M. La Follette, who died June 18, 1925. His son, Robert M. La Follette Jr. was elected September 29, 1925 to replace him.

1925 United States Senate special election in Wisconsin
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Robert M. La Follette Jr. {{{votes}}} 67.6%
Republican Edward F. Dithmar 26.0%
Socialist John M. Work 0.16%
Ind. Democratic William G. Bruce 3.1%
Republican hold

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