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Ohio Secretary of State elections

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The voters of the U.S. state of Ohio elect a secretary of state for a four-year term.

Year Democratic Republican Other
2018 Kathleen Clyde: 1,987,916 Frank LaRose: 2,166,125 Dustin R. Nanna (Libertarian): 99,808
2014 Nina Turner: 1,074,475 Jon A. Husted: 1,811,020 Kevin Knedler (Libertarian)
2010[1] Maryellen O'Shaughnessy : 1,555,705 Jon A. Husted : 2,013,674 Charlie Earl (Libertarian) : 182,977
2006[2] Jennifer L. Brunner : 2,104,114 Greg Hartmann : 1,546,454 Tim Kettler (G) : 78,080
John A. Eastman (I) : 94,706
2002[3] Bryan Flannery : 1,256,428 J. Kenneth Blackwell : 1,827,995  
1998 Charleta B. Tavares: 1,404,081 J. Kenneth Blackwell: 1,789,105  
1994 Dan Brady: 1,150,460 Robert A. Taft II: 2,116,258  
1990 Sherrod Brown: 1,604,058 Robert A. Taft II: 1,809,416  [4]
1986 Sherrod Brown: 1,805,833 Vincent C. Campanella: 1,217,803  
1982 Sherrod Brown: 1,739,602 Virgil E. Brown: 1,362,079  
1978 Anthony J. "Tony" Celebrezze Jr.: 1,365,219 Ted W. Brown: 1,356,959  
1974 Tony P. Hall: 1,343,603 Ted W. Brown: 1,462,776  
1970 John F. Kennedy: 1,362,041 Ted W. Brown: 1,606,920  
1966 James D. Nolan: 1,037,710 Ted W. Brown: 1,674,600  
1962 Charles L. Babcock Ted W. Brown  
1958 Asher W. Sweeney: 1,464,726 Ted W. Brown: 1,580,628  
1956 Hubert Lynch: 1,336,885 Ted W. Brown: 1,985,368  
1954 Robert W. Reider: 1,069,526 Ted W. Brown: 1,339,076  
1952 Charles F. Sweeney: 1,522,908 Ted W. Brown: 1,792,819  
1950 Charles F. Sweeney: 1,339,492 Ted W. Brown: 1,347,251  
1948 Charles F. Sweeney: 1,501,305 Edward J. Hummel: 1,310,704  
1946 Charles F. Sweeney Edward J. Hummel  
1944 A Lee Fair: 1,423,264 Edward J. Hummel: 1,480,399  
1942 John E. Sweeney: 738,175 Edward J. Hummel: 926,523  
1940 (full) John E. Sweeney: 1,562,021 Edward J. Hummel: 1,453,513  
1940 (unex)     George M. Neffiner: 293,766
1922[5] William D. Fulton : 685,818 Thad H. Brown : 820,974  
1920[6] William D. Fulton : 749,566 Harvey C. Smith : 1,134,657 George Markert (soc) : 43,467
Jasper Shuman (ST) : 1,525
1918[7] William D. Fulton : 432,422 Harvey C. Smith : 471,228  
1916[8] William D. Fulton : 564,509 Charles Q. Hildebrant : 543,873 M. J. Beery : 38,136
Seymour E. Fox : 6,837
1914[9] J. H. Secrest : 451,131 Charles Q. Hildebrant : 488,010 Frank W. Woods (Progressive) : 53,808
Nathan Wycoff (Socialist) : 53,575
1912[10][9] Charles H. Graves :432,082 Thomas L. Lewis : 283,767 John L. Sullivan (Progressive): 208,458
Edward S. Smith (Socialist) : 88,914
Addison Taylor (Prohibition) : 12,028
William R. Fox (Soc. Labor) : 2,767
1910[11][9] Charles H. Graves : 423,580 Granville W. Mooney : 405,375 Edward Hasenauer (Socialist) : 61,656
Alfred H. Stratton (Prohibition) : 7,104
William R. Fox (Soc. Labor) : 2,881
1908[12] J. H. Newman : 518,225 Carmi Thompson :556,073 Arthur B. Hollenbaugh (Soc) : 31,681
Henry J. Haskel (Pro) : 10,615
Albert Boswell (Ind) : 509
Timothy Crabtree (Peoples) : 150
James Rugg (Soc Lab) : 845
1906[13] Samuel A. Hoskins : 351,676 Carmi Thompson : 408,066 Olly J. Henslee (Socialist) : 18,432
Alfred F. Hughes (Pro) : 11,970
Max Eisenberg (Soc Lab) : 2,211
1904[13] Alfred P. Sandles : 357,179 Lewis C. Laylin : 587,568 Harold King Rockhill (Pro) : 19,253
Alfred J. Swing (Socialist) : 33,763
John H T Juergens (Soc Lab) : 2,534
John E. Allen (Peoples) : 1,093
1902[13] Herbert S. Bigelow : 345,706 Lewis C. Laylin : 436,171 Andrew L. White (Pro) : 12,336
Max S. Hayes (Socialist): 14,359
Theodore Adams (Soc Lab) : 2,983
1900[13] Henry H. McFadden : 474,078 Lewis C. Laylin : 543,389 Frank Frankenberg (Union Ref) : 4,647
J. Knox Montgomery (Pro) : 9,983
Samuel Borton (Soc Lab) : 1,707
Louis F. Hemse (Soc Dem) : 4,650
1898[13] Upton K. Guthrey : 347,074 Charles Kinney : 408,213 Thomas Brown (Pro) : 7,689
John F. Flynn (Soc Lab) : 5,793
John A. Graft (Union Ref): 10,911
1896[14] Chilton A. White 473,462 Charles Kinney 525,000 Samuel H Rockhill (Pro) 5,469
Wesley C. Bates (Nat) 3,382
Daniel W. Wallace (Social Labor) 1,234
1894[15] Milton Turner 276,902 Samuel M. Taylor 413,988 Charles R. Martin (Pop) 49,495
Mark G. McCaslin (Pro) 23,273
1892[16] William A. Taylor 401,451 Samuel M. Taylor 402,540  
1890[17] Thaddeus E. Cromley 352,579 Daniel J. Ryan 363,548 Melanathon C. Lockwood (Pro) 23,837
Ezekial T. Curtis(UL) 1,752
1888[18] Boston G. Young 395,522 Daniel J. Ryan 416,510 Walter S. Payne (Pro) 24,618
George F Ebner (UL) 3,452
1886[19] John McBride 329,314 James S. Robinson 341,095 Henry R. Smith (Pro) 28,982
Charles Bonsall (labor) 2,010
1884[20] James W. Newman 380,355 James S. Robinson 391,597 Evan J. Morris (Pro) 8,607
Peter M. Harrold (Greenback) 3,475
1882[21] James W. Newman 316,874 Charles Townsend 279,759 Ferdinand Schumacher (Pro) 12,202
George L. Hafer (Greenback) 5,345
1880[22] William Lang 343,016 Charles Townsend 362,021 Charles A. Lloyd (Greenback) 6,786
William A. Doan (Pro) 2,815
1878[23] David R. Paige 270,966 Milton Barnes 274,120 Andrew Roy (NGL) 38,332
Jeremiah N. Robinson (Pro) 5,682
1876[24] William Bell, Jr. 311,220 Milton Barnes 317,856 Edward S. Chapman (Pro) 1,863
1874[25] William Bell, Jr. 238,406 Allen T. Wikoff 221,204 John R. Buchtel (Pro) 7,815
1872[26] Aquila Wiley 251,778 Allen T. Wikoff 265,925 Ferdinand Schumacher (Pro) 2,035
1870[27] William Heisley 205,014 Isaac R. Sherwood 221,709 Jay Odell (Pro) 2,862
1868[28] Thomas Hubbard 249,681 Isaac R. Sherwood 267,065  
1866[29] Benjamin Le Fevre 213,606 William H. Smith 256,302  
1864[30] William W. Armstrong 183,842 William H. Smith 238,145  
1862[31] William W. Armstrong 184,315 Wilson S. Kennon 178,755  
1861[32] William W. Armstrong 151,912 Benjamin Rush Cowen 207,352  
1859[33] Jacob Reinhard 170,400 Addison P. Russell 184,839  
1857[34] Jacob Reinhard 158,832 Addison P. Russell 160,638  
1855[35] William Trevitt 133,641 James H. Baker 168,724  
1853[36] William Trevitt : 151,818 William Graham
(Freesoil) : 33,518
Nelson H. Van Vorhes
(Whig) : 97,500
1851[37] William Trevitt : 145,636 Henry W. King
(Freesoil) : 15,768
Earl Bill
(Whig) : 120,256

Notes

  1. ^ "2010 Election Results Secretary of State November 2, 2010". Ohio Secretary of State. Retrieved 2013-06-25.
  2. ^ "2006 Election Results Secretary of State November 7, 2006". Ohio Secretary of State. Retrieved 2013-06-25.
  3. ^ "2002 Election Results Secretary of State/Treasurer of State  November 5, 2005". Ohio Secretary of State. Retrieved 2013-06-25.
  4. ^ https://www.sos.state.oh.us/elections/election-results-and-data/1990-1999-official-election-results/#gref
  5. ^ Brown, Thad H (1923). Vote polled in the several counties of the State of Ohio at the Election held November 7, 1922 and at the Primary Elections held August 8, 1922. p. 15.
  6. ^ Smith, Harvey C (1922). Ohio general statistics for the year July 1, 1920 to June 30, 1921. 7. Ohio Secretary of State. p. 20.
  7. ^ Brown, Thad H (1923). Vote polled in the several counties of the State of Ohio at the Election held November 7, 1922 and at the Primary Elections held August 8, 1922. p. 11.
  8. ^ Journal of the House of Representatives of the Eighty Second General Assembly of the State of Ohio. 1917. p. 27.
  9. ^ a b c Brown, Thad H (1923). Vote polled in the several counties of the State of Ohio at the Election held November 7, 1922 and at the Primary Elections held August 8, 1922. p. 10.
  10. ^ Powell 1913 : 453-454
  11. ^ Powell 1913 : 423
  12. ^ Ohio Secretary of State (1905). Ohio election statistics:. page 396 of pdf file
  13. ^ a b c d e Ohio Secretary of State (1905). Ohio election statistics:. pages 377-378 of pdf file
  14. ^ Smith 1898 : 693
  15. ^ Smith 1898 : 655
  16. ^ Smith 1898 : 630
  17. ^ Smith 1898 : 592
  18. ^ Smith 1898 : 566
  19. ^ Smith 1898 : 526
  20. ^ Smith 1898 : 498
  21. ^ Smith 1898 : 460
  22. ^ Smith 1898 : 432
  23. ^ Smith 1898 : 393
  24. ^ Smith 1898 : 364
  25. ^ Smith 1898 : 331
  26. ^ Smith 1898 : 305
  27. ^ Smith 1898 : 277
  28. ^ Smith 1898 : 258
  29. ^ Smith 1898 : 228
  30. ^ Smith 1898 : 195
  31. ^ Smith 1898 : 150
  32. ^ Smith 1898 : 140
  33. ^ Smith 1898 : 95
  34. ^ Smith 1898 : 74
  35. ^ Smith 1898 : 40
  36. ^ Bell 1876 : 120-121
  37. ^ Bell 1876 : 114-115

References

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