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1926 Arizona gubernatorial election

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1926 Arizona gubernatorial election

← 1924 November 2, 1926 1928 →
 
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Nominee George W. P. Hunt Elias S. Clark
Party Democratic Republican
Popular vote 39,979 39,580
Percentage 50.25% 49.75%

Governor before election

George W. P. Hunt
Democratic

Elected Governor

George W. P. Hunt
Democratic

The 1926 Arizona gubernatorial election took place on November 2, 1926. Despite being a Democratic year generally, Hunt barely managed to be re-elected against his Republican opponent Elias Clark. Hunt had been governor for around 11 out of the State of Arizona's 14 years, coupled with his age and with issues regarding the Colorado River Compact, he was running out of steam. Despite that Hunt narrowly prevailed and won.

Governor W. P. Hunt was sworn in for a sixth term as governor on January 3, 1927.[1]

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Contents

Democratic primary

Candidates

  • George W. P. Hunt, incumbent governor, former ambassador to Siam
  • Everett E. Ellinwood, district attorney for territorial Arizona (1893-1898), Regent for the U of A [2]
  • J. J. Cox, state senator [3]

Results

Democratic primary results [4]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic George W. P. Hunt 26,155 49.25%
Democratic Everett E. Ellinwood 16,057 30.24%
Democratic J.J. Cox 10,890 20.51%
Total votes 53,120 100.00

Republican primary

Candidates

  • E. S. Clark, Arizona Territorial Attorney General [5]
  • Thomas Maddock, Republican nominee for Representative in 1918, and as governor in 1934 [6]

Results

Republican primary results [4]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Elias S. Clark 8,294 54.06%
Republican Thomas Maddock 7,048 45.94%
Total votes 15,342 100.00

General election

Arizona gubernatorial election, 1926 [7][8]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Democratic George W. P. Hunt 39,979 50.25% -0.28%
Republican Elias S. Clark 37,571 49.75% +0.28%
Majority 399 0.50% -0.56%
Turnout 77,550
Democratic hold Swing

References

Bibliography

  • Goff, John S. (1973). George The Fifth and Bibliographical and Biographical Notes, ed. George W. P. Hunt and his Arizona. Phoenix: Socio-Technical Publications. pp. 159, 171–177, 273–277.
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