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1936 United States Senate election in Arkansas

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1936 United States Senate election in Arkansas

← 1930 November 3, 1936 1937 (special) →
Joseph T. Robinson cropped.jpg
Nominee Joe T. Robinson G.C. Ledbetter
Party Democratic Republican
Popular vote 170,336 27,746
Percentage 84.08% 15.06%

U.S. senator before election

Joseph T. Robinson

Elected U.S. Senator

Joseph T. Robinson

The 1936 United States Senate election in Arkansas took place on November 3, 1936. Incumbent Democratic Senator and Senate Majority Leader Joseph T. Robinson was re-elected to a fifth term in office. He defeated two Democratic opponents in the primary election and then dispatched Republican G.C. Ledbetter in the general election.

Democratic primary


  • Cleveland Holland
  • Joseph Taylor Robinson, incumbent Senator since 1913 and Senate Majority Leader since 1933
  • J. Rosser Venable


1936 Democratic U.S. Senate primary[1]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Joseph T. Robinson (incumbent) 170,356 72.72%
Democratic Cleveland Holland 42,541 18.16%
Democratic J. Rosser Venable 21,352 9.12%
Total votes 234,249 100.00%

General election


1936 U.S. Senate election in Arkansas[2][1]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Joseph Taylor Robinson (incumbent) 154,866 84.08%
Republican G.C. Ledbetter 27,746 15.06%
Socialist Claude C. Williams 1,587 0.86%
Total votes 184,199 100.00%

See also


  1. ^ a b Arkansas Secretary of State Mark Martin (2018). "Historical Report of the Secretary of State" (PDF). p. 356.
  2. ^ Clerk of the United States House of Representatives (1943). "Statistics of the Congressional Election of November 3, 1936" (PDF). U.S. Government Printing Office.
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