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1946 Massachusetts gubernatorial election

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Massachusetts gubernatorial election, 1946

← 1944 November 5, 1946 1948 →
 
Robert F. Bradford (Massachusetts Governor).jpg
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Nominee Robert F. Bradford Maurice J. Tobin
Party Republican Democratic
Popular vote 911,152 762,743
Percentage 54.12% 45.30%

Governor before election

Maurice J. Tobin
Democratic

Elected Governor

Robert F. Bradford
Republican

The 1946 Massachusetts gubernatorial election was held on November 5, 1946. Republican Robert F. Bradford defeated Democratic incumbent Maurice J. Tobin, Socialist Labor candidate Horace Hillis, and Prohibition candidate Guy S. Williams.

In the race for Lieutenant Governor, Republican Arthur W. Coolidge defeated Democratic candidate Paul A. Dever, Socialist Labor candidate Francis A. Votano, and Prohibition candidate Alfred Erickson.

Primaries

Democratic

Governor Tobin defeated Francis D. Harrigan, a senior partner with the law firm of Caulfield, Harrigan and Murray, associate editor of the Association of Trial Lawyers of America's Law Journal, and a World War I veteran, for the Democratic nomination.[1][2]

Democratic gubernatorial primary, 1946[1]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Democratic Maurice J. Tobin 194,529 75.70%
Democratic Francis D. Harrigan 62,418 24.30%

Former Attorney General Paul A. Dever defeated Roger Putnam, Daniel J. O'Connell, and John B. Carr for the Democratic nomination for Lt. Governor.[3]

Democratic Lt. gubernatorial primary, 1946[3]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Democratic Paul A. Dever 135,991 52.01%
Democratic Roger Putnam 87,868 33.60%
Democratic Daniel J. O'Connell 19,669 7.52%
Democratic John B. Carr 17,908 6.87%

Republican

Lieutenant Governor Robert F. Bradford won the Republican gubernatorial nomination unopposed.[4]

State Senator Arthur W. Coolidge defeated Lynn, Massachusetts mayor Albert Cole in the Republican primary for Lieutenant Governor.[5]

Republican Lt. gubernatorial primary, 1946[5]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Republican Arthur W. Coolidge 124,804 66.39%
Republican Albert Cole 63,072 33.61%

General election

Governor

Massachusetts gubernatorial election, 1946[6]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Republican Robert F. Bradford 911,152 54.12%
Democratic Maurice J. Tobin 762,743 45.30%
Socialist Labor Horace Hillis 7,140 0.42%
Prohibition Guy S. Williams 2,408 0.16%

Lieutenant Governor

Massachusetts Lt. gubernatorial election, 1946 [7]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Republican Arthur W. Coolidge 827,192 49.71%
Democratic Paul A. Dever 820,405 49.31%
Socialist Labor Francis A. Votano 10,708 0.64%
Prohibition Alfred Erickson 5,398 0.34%

References

  1. ^ a b Election Statistics; The Commonwealth of Massachusetts 1946.
  2. ^ "Francis D. Harrigan, once ran for governor". The Boston Daily Globe. November 17, 1969.
  3. ^ a b Election Statistics; The Commonwealth of Massachusetts 1946.
  4. ^ Election Statistics; The Commonwealth of Massachusetts 1946.
  5. ^ a b Election Statistics; The Commonwealth of Massachusetts 1946.
  6. ^ Election Statistics; The Commonwealth of Massachusetts 1946.
  7. ^ Election Statistics; The Commonwealth of Massachusetts 1946.
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