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1934 Oklahoma gubernatorial election

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

1934 Oklahoma gubernatorial election

← 1930 November 6, 1938 1938 →
 
E. W. Marland (Oklahoma Governor).jpg
William Bliss Pine.jpg
Nominee E. W. Marland William B. Pine
Party Democratic Republican
Popular vote 365,992 243,841
Percentage 58.2% 38.8%

Governor before election

William H. Murray
Democratic

Elected Governor

E. W. Marland
Democratic

The Oklahoma gubernatorial election of 1934 was held on November 6, 1934, and was a race for the Governor of Oklahoma. Democrat E. W. Marland defeated Republican William B. Pine. Also on the ballot were S. P. Green of the Socialist Party, Francis M. Simpson of the Progressive Party and four Independent candidates: Geo. G. Ison, Joseph Prather Wheat, Dan W. Womack, and John Franing. [1]

Democratic primary

Fifteen candidates sought the Democratic nomination, including former governor Jack C. Walton, Lt. Governor Robert Burns, and Attorney General J. Berry King. Ponca City oilman E. W. Marland and Tom Anglin of Holdenville were headed to a runoff when Anglin withdrew, making Marland the nominee. [2]

Results

Democratic primary results[3]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic E. W. Marland 156,885 30.5
Democratic Tom Anglin 101,698 19.8
Democratic Jack Walton 85,616 16.6
Democratic J. Berry King 69,811 13.5
Democratic Gomer Smith 44,992 8.7
Democratic Robert Burns 33,521 6.5
Democratic Porter Newman 8,763 1.7
Democratic John A. McDonald 5,025 0.9
Democratic R. M. Nelson 1,602 0.3
Democratic Cyrus S. Avery 1,572 0.3
Democratic Edwin I. Reeser 1,071 0.2
Democratic J. Oliver Tilly 870 0.1
Democratic John Freeman 793 0.1
Democratic Grover Cleveland Brown 531 0.1
Total votes 513,486 100.00

Republican primary

Former Senator William B. Pine defeated two challengers by a wide margin to claim the GOP nomination.

Results

Republican primary results [4]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican William B. Pine 60,347 87.3
Republican Ray Ferrell 4,424 6.4
Republican Rexford B. Cragg 4,299 6.2
Total votes 69,070 100.00

Results

1934 Oklahoma gubernatorial election
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Democratic E. W. Marland 365,992 58.2
Republican William B. Pine 243,841 38.8
Socialist S. P. Green 16,688 2.6
Progressive Francis M. Simpson 1,422 0.2
Independent Geo. G. Ison 186 0.0
Independent John Franing 99 0.0
Independent Dan W. Womack 70 0.0
Independent John Prather Wheat 33 0.0
Majority
Turnout
Democratic hold Swing


References

  1. ^ https://www.ok.gov/elections/documents/1934-1938_RESULTS.pdf
  2. ^ "Action Saves Long, Costly Runoff Fight". Daily Oklahoman. Oklahoma City, OK. 6 July 1934.
  3. ^ https://www.ok.gov/elections/documents/1934-1938_RESULTS.pdf
  4. ^ https://www.ok.gov/elections/documents/1934-1938_RESULTS.pdf
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