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Carroll I

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Crittenden
Cross
Dallas ...
Desha ...
Drew ....
Faulkner ,
Franklin ... I

Fulton 1

Garland .... I

Grant I

Greens |

Hempstead .. I
Hot Spring. .
Howard .... [
Independence\

Izard ., |

Jackson I

Jefferson ..
Johnson- ...
Lafayette ..
Liawrence T

Lee

Lincoln

Little River

Logan

Lonoke

Madison ...,
Marion

Miller

Mississippi ..

Monroe

Montgomery .

Nevada

Newton .....

Ouachita ....

Perry

Phillips

Pike

Poinsett

Polk

Pope

Prairie

Pulaski

Randolph ...

Saline

Scott;

Searcy

Sebastian ...

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Auditoi:—Avery Moore (D.), 137,853. Attorney' General—Robert L. Rogers <D.), 138,097. . ,

Treasurer—H. C. Tipton (D.), 137,999. Sup't Public Instruction—J. H. Hinemon (D.), 138,566.

Chief Justice—Joseph M. Hill <D.), 138,

Associate justice—E. A. McCulloch (D.), 138,641."

Comm'r Mines, Manufactures and Agriculture—H. T. Bradford (D.), 137,673.

Land Commissioner—F. E. Conway (D.), 138,169.

Railroad Commissioners—J. E. Hampton <D.), 124,314; B. B. Hudgins (D.K 123,899; J. W. Phillips <D.), 128,236.

VOTE FOR CONGRESSMEN, 1904.

I. R. B. Macon (D.), 14,391; scattering, 102.

II. S. Brundidgre (D.), 9,065; F. W. Tucker (R.), 5,388.

HI. J. C. Floyd (D.)> 9,719; J. F. Mayes (R.), 7,547.

'IV. J. S. Little (D.), 9,308; James Brizzolara (R.)*, 6,352.

V. C. C. Reid (D.), 11,373; A. S. Fowler (R.), 7,288.

VI. J. T. Robinson (D.), 9,509; R. L. Thompson (R.), 5,810.

VII. R. M. Wallace (D.). 14,147; scattering, 132.

LEGISLATURE OF 1905-'06.

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Dem. majorities..

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912

1566

. 841

906

1261

186

864

2807

736

1244

227

1732

593

593

301

9979

609

770

489

1490

865

439

87

1423

1132

1167'

1035

1018

347

680

2372

637

1571

1396

18034

2289

1163

861

1164

3006

1096

932

376

1223

1542

2818

1108

489

716

308

1646

1007

846

1297

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The- scattering -vote for President in 1904

was: Swallow (.Pro.), 7,380; Debs (Soc),

!: 23,533? •__ ■

CALIFORNIA—(Con tinned). YOTE ON STATE TICKET, 1904.; Associate Justice,* State Supreme Court (unexpired term)—William J. Lorigan <R.), 192,549; M. T. Dooling (D.), 94,290; Herman G. Walker (Soc.), 24,832; James H. Blanchard (Pro.), 7,585.

VOTE ON STATE TICKET, 1002.

Governor— Pardee (R.), 146,332; Lane (D.), 143,783; Brower (Soc), 9,592; Kanouse (.Pro.), 4,636.

Lieutenant Governor — Anderson (R.)* 150,039; Docfcweiler <.D.), 129,74£; Whitney (Soc), 10,541: Meads (Pro.), 4,844.

Secretary of State—Curry (R.), 161,479; Rosborough (D.), 313,122; Wheeler (Soc), 11,018; Banta (Pro.), 4,762.

Controller—Colgan (R.), 161.338; Harkness (D.), 109,650; Alderman (Soc), 11,299; McComas (Pro.), 4,878.

Treasurer—Reeves (R.), 159,743; Brooks (D.), 111,856; Seifert (Soc), 11,163; Campbell (Pro.), 4,803.

Attorney General—Webb (R.)'r 156,949; Gett (D.), 114,949; King tSoc), 11,177; Smith (Pre), 4,796.

Surveyor General—Woods (R.), 157,580; Holcomb (D.), 113,282; Stevenson (Soc), 11,240; Russell (Pro.), 4,809.

Clerk of Supreme Court—Jordan (R.)» 161,395; Wilson (D.), 110,191; Anderson (Soc),' 11,290; Collins (Pro.), 4,807.

Superintendent of Public Instruction— Kirk (R.), 159,935; Lindsey (D.), 109,901; Anna- F. Smith (Soc), 11,439; Bdholm (Pro.), 4,626,

Superintendent of State Printing—Shannon (R > 161,243; Woodman (D.), 110.646; Laverty"(Soc), 10,766; Atwood (Pro.), 4,871. . .

Chief Justice of the Supreme Court— Beattv (R.), 165,210; Lew (D.),- .105,534; Walker (Soc), 11,057; Stewart <Ero.), 4,512.

Associate Justices of the Supreme Court — Angelotti (R.), 155,828; Shaw (R.), 108,516- Farnsworth (D.), 105,236; Trask (D.), 87,409; Liess (Soc), 10,552: Shepard (Soc), 8,193- Blanchard (Pro.), 4,742; Wicks (Pro. j, 3,120.

VOTE FOR CONGRESSMEN, 1904.

I.-^ram*.s A. Gillette (R.), 21,602; A. Caminetti (D.), 15,706; A. J. Gaylord (Soc), 2,197; Jarrot L. Rollins (Fro.), 421.'

H.— Duncan E. McKinlay (R,), 22,873; Theodore A. Bell (D.), 21,640; J. H. WJlde (Soc), 1,530; Ely P. La Cell (Pro.), 431.

III.—Joseph R. Knowland (R.), 24^637; Henry C. McPike (D.), 7,210; M. Lesser (Soc), 3,617; Bates Morris (Pro.), 471,

IV.—Julius Kahn (R.), 20,012; E. J. Livernash (D.), 12,812; William Costley (Soc), 2,267; Herbert R. Chapin (Pro.), 135. . .

"V.—B. .A. Hayes (JR.). 23,701; W. J. Winn (D.), 18,025; F. R. Whitney (Soc), 2.263; George B, Pratt (Pro.), 445; C. J. Williams ("Union Labor), 916.'

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Adams

Arapahoe ...

Archuleta ...

Baca

Bent ....

Boulder

Chaffee

Cheyenne ...

Clear Creek.

Conejos

Costilla

Custer

Delia ...

♦Denver ; Dolores

Douglas Eagle

Elbert ......

Kl Paso

Fremont

Garfield

Gilpin

Grand

Gunnison ...

Hlisdaie

Huerfano ...

Jeffarson ....

Kiowa

Kit Carson..

Lake

La Plata

Larimer ....

Las Animas

Lincoln .....

L->gan

Mesa

Mineral

Montezuma .

Montrose ...

Morgan .....

Otf.ro

Ouray ......

Pa rk

Phillips ,

Pitkin ......

Prowers

Pueblo

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3057

1286

1260 266

1260 239 958

1739 124 219

2938

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♦Part of Arapahoe County in 1900.

The scattering vote for President in-1904 was: Swallow (Pro.), 3,438; Debs (Soc), 4,304; Corregan (Soc. Lab.), 335; Watson (Pop.), 824.

VOTE ON STATE TICKET. 1904.

Governor—James H. Peabody (R,), 113,754; Alva Adams (D.), 123,092; A. H. Floaten (Pro.), 2,593; Robert A. N. Wilson (Soc), 3.023; J. A. Knight (Soc Lab.>, 279; James I>. Merwln (Pop.), 325.

Lieutenant Governor—Jesse McDonald (It.), 123.630; Elias M. Amnions (D.), 110411; William M. Ash (Pro.), 3,512; John M. Cameron (Soc.), 3,750; J. M, Nolan (Soc. Lab.), 337; Lawrence T. Gray (Pop.), 488.

Secretary of State—James Cowie (R.), 124,115; Horace W. Havens (D.), 108,073; W. K. Marsh (Pro.). 3,671; Charles G. Dwyre (Soc), 3.610; H. J. Brimble (Soc Lab.), 437; C. W. Judfckins (Pop.). 626,

Treasurer-^-John A. Holmberg (R..). 124,677; Joseph M. Sampliner (D.), 107,521; H. C. Darrah (Pro.), 3,676; Josiah Work (Soc); 3.806; B. M. Hurwitz (Soc. Lab?), 350; David A. Mills (Pop.). 721.

Auditor—Alfred E. Bent (RJ, 124,008; Frank E, Wheeler (D.), 108,005; Frank Kuntz (Pro.), 3.757; William J. Ritchie (Soc), 3*773; C. F. Leach (Soc, Lab.), 341; Hettie A. Norton (Pop.), 659.

Attorney General—Nathan C, Miller <R.), 124r037; Daniel B. Carey <D.), 107,810; Channlng Sweet (Pro.), 3,745; Frank J. Baker (Soc), 4,069; Henry J. Hechtman (Pop.), 561.

Superintendent Public Instruction — Kattterine L. Craig (R.>/ 119,368; Helen M. Grenfell (D.). 113,482; Luella Twining (Pro.), 3,540; Lucie H. Beneflel (Soc), 3,590* Elizabeth Hutchinson (Soc, Lab.), 362; Mathilda A, Johnstone (Pop.), 642.

Regents of State University—Thomas D. Bard (R). 124,202; Harold D. Thompson (R.). 122.685; Frederick Schermerhorn (D.), 106,073; David M. Richards (D.). 105,345; Fred White (Soc), 3,892; Joseph Michael (Soc Lab.). 688; J. M. Sellars (Soc Lab.). 650; Ellen C. Cassedy (Pop.), 848; H. C, Wheeler, 18.

The election of Alva A. Adam's was contested by James H. Peabody on the

COLORADO—(Continued). - ground of wholesale election frauds in Denver, and the legislature on March 16, 1905, unseated Adams and seated Peabody. On March 17 Governor Peabody resigned and Lieutenant Governor McDonald became 'Governor.

VOTE ON STATE.' TICKET, 1003. Supreme Court J 26g& -Johv Campbell <K-), 45,689; Adair Wilson <L\), 3«,103; Frank W. Owens (Pop.), 9,599; Chaoning Sweet (Soc), 2.790; T. - A. Knight (Soc. Lab.), 8G5.

VOTE FOR CONGRESSMEN, 1904.

Representative-at-Large — Franklin E.

Brooks (R.). 121,236; John F. Shafroth

CD.), 112,383; William H. McClure (Pro.),

3;631; Forest Woodside (Soc), 3,698; Rob

. ert H. Northeott (Pop.), 594.

I. Robert W. Bonynge (R.), 55,940; Clay B. Whitford (D.), 50,022; William C. Johnston (Pro.). 2,153; Otto Q. Beekworth (Soc), 1,249; John J. Bradley (Pop.), 299.

II. Herschel M. Hog«r (R.), 68,101; Joseph H. Maupin <D.), 58,554; Edward

• S. Whitlock (Pro.), 1,598; Isaac Tar>koff (Soc), 2,478; L. L. Crisman (Pop.), 8. LEGISLATURE OF 1905-'06.

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The scattering vota for President in 1904 was: Swallow (Pro.), 1.506; Debs (Soc), 4,543; Corregan (Soc Lab.), 575; Watson (Pop.), 495.

VOTE ON STATE TICKET, 1904.

Governor—Henry Roberts (R.), 104,736; A. Heaton Robertson (D.), 79,164; Oliver G. Beard (Pro.). 1.498; G. A. Sweetland (Soc), 4.390; Thomas Sullivan (Soc Lab.), 562; Joseph Sheldon (Pop.), 481. . Lieutenant-Governor—Rollin S. Woodruff (R.), 108,628; Henry A. Bishop (D.), 75,383; William Bailey (Pro.), 1,513; J. H. Hill (Soc), 4.449; J. D. Carlson (Soc Lab.), 568; L. H. Davidson (Pop.), 506.

Secretary of State—Theodore Bodewein (R.), 110,275; James Huntington (D.), 73,807. L, M. Barnes (fro.) 1.531; W. EL WTblve (Soc), 4,48ti; EL Sherman (Soc Lab.), 574; J. C. Vallette (Pop.), 510,

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DEL. AW ARE—(Continued). Daniel Green (Pro.), 607; George Fisher (Soc). 144.

Auditor—George H. Dick (R.)> 23,470; William T. Carter (D.)t 19.566; George EL Rhoads (Pro. 1. 607.

Attorney General—Robert H. Richards (R.), 23.473; L. Irving Handy (D.), 19,65G-. Frank A. Houck (Soc). 138.

Insuranaa Commssioner--George W. Marshall (R. , 23.383; Francs D. Baldwin (D.), I9.C77; Minor C. Smith (Pro.), 607.

VOTE FOR CONGRESSMEN. 1904.

Hiram R Burton (R), 23.512; Edward

D. Hearne (D.), 19,552; William Faries

(Pro.), 607: John P. Edwards (Soc), 135.

LEGISLATURE OF 1905.

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Clay

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Escambia .. Frankl.n ... Gadsden ... Hamilton .. Hernando . . Hillsborough Holmes ....

Jackson ... J ePerson . .. La Fayette.

Lake

Lee ........

Leon

Levy .......

Liberty ....

Madison ... Manatee ... Marlon ....

Monroe Nassau Orange ....

Osceola Pasco ......

Polk

Putnam .Santa Jtosa. St. Johns... Sum lor .,.., Swwanee ••• flay Lor .... Volusia Wakulla ...

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tReturns defective; thrown out. The scattering vote for President £n 1904 was: Swallow (Pro.), 5; Debs (Soc), 2,337; Watson (Pop.), 1,605.

VOTE ON STATE TICKET. 1904.

Governor—Napoleon B. Broward (D.), 28,971; M. B. Macfarlane (R.>, 6,357; W. R. Healey (Soc.), 1.270.

Secretary of State—H. Clay Crawford (D,)f 27.411; John F. Horr (R), 4,921; J. D. Parrott (Soc>. 1,279.

Attorney General—William H. Ellis (D.), 24,164; Fred. S. Cubberly (R.)f 5,070; William C. Green (Soc). 1,604.

Controller—Aionzo C. Croom (D.), 24.851; J. L. Skipper (R.). 4,483; Emll Broberg (Soc). 1,499.

Treasurer—William V. 375; E. M. Brelesford Wetzel (Soc). 1.013.

Superintendent of Schools—William M. Holloway (D.) 20,940; J, Emmet Wolfe (D.). 5.222; W. R. O'Neal (R), 6,548; R E. Resler (Soc). 1,011.

Commissioner of Agriculture—Benjamin E. McLln (D.), 23,075; J. S. Rawley (R.), 4,381; S. A. Petit (Soc). 1,432.'

Justice of Supreme Court (six-year term)—R. Fen wick Taylor (D.>, 20.751 j W. B. Sheppard (R.). 5,793.

Justices of Supreme Court (three for regular term of two years)—Robert L. Cockrell (D.), 20,250; Thomas M. Shackleford (D.). 19.539; James B. Whitfield (D.). 19,559; O. S. Farr (R.), 5.043; C. S. Adams (R.)f 5,596; E. P. Axtell (R.), 4.790.

Railroad Commissioner—John L. Morgan (D.). 23,704; H. L Ritchie (R.), 3.906; A. C. Sill (Soc). 1.208.

VOTE FOR CONGRESSMEN,

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I.—Stephen M. Sparkman (D.), 8.418; E. R. Gunby (R.), 2,257; Z. A. Middlebrooks (Soc). 530.

II. —Frank Clark (D.), 10,711; John M. Cheeney (R.), 2,767; W. B. Wood (Soc), 404.

III.— W. B. Lamar (D.), 6.463; L, M. Ware (R.). 986; George R. Smith (Soc),222.

LEGISLATURE OF 1 DOC-* 08.

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