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United States House of Representatives special elections, 1917

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There were eight special elections to the United States House of Representatives in 1917, during the 64th United States Congress and 65th United States Congress.

64th United States Congress

District Vacator Reason for Vacancy Candidates
Representative Party First elected
Georgia 8th Samuel J. Tribble Democratic 1910 Incumbent died December 8, 1916.
Successor elected January 11, 1917.
Democratic hold.
Tinsley W. Rucker Jr. (Democratic)
South Carolina 5th David E. Finley Democratic 1898 Incumbent resigned January 26, 1917.
Successor elected February 21, 1917.
Democratic hold.
Paul G. McCorkle (Democratic)

65th United States Congress

District Vacator Reason for Vacancy Candidates
Representative Party First elected
New York 15th Vacant Representative-elect Michael F. Conry died during previous congress.
Successor was elected April 12, 1917.
Democratic gain.
Thomas F. Smith (Democratic)
New Hampshire 1st Cyrus A. Sulloway Republican 1894 Incumbent died March 11, 1917.
Successor was elected May 29, 1917.
Republican hold.
Sherman E. Burroughs (Republican)
Indiana 6th Daniel W. Comstock Republican 1916 Incumbent died May 19, 1917.
Successor was elected June 29, 1917.
Republican hold.
Richard N. Elliott (Republican)
North Dakota 1st Henry T. Helgesen Republican 1910 Incumbent died April 10, 1917.
Successor was elected July 20, 1917.
Republican hold.
John M. Baer (Republican)
Pennsylvania 28th Orrin D. Bleakley Republican 1916 Incumbent resigned April 3, 1917, after being convicted and fined under the Federal Corrupt Practices Act.
Successor was elected November 6, 1917.
Democratic gain.
Earl H. Beshlin (Democratic)
Massachusetts 6th Augustus P. Gardner Republican 1902 (Special) Incumbent resigned May 15, 1917, to join the U.S. Army.
Successor was elected November 6, 1917.
Republican hold.
Willfred W. Lufkin (Republican)
Connecticut 4th Ebenezer J. Hill Republican 1894 Incumbent died September 27, 1917.
Successor was elected November 6, 1917.
Republican hold.
Schuyler Merritt (Republican)
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