1932 United States gubernatorial elections Information

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United States gubernatorial elections, 1932

←  1931 November 8, 1932;
September 12, 1932 (ME)
1933 →

35 state governorships (including 1 special election)
  Majority party Minority party
 
Party Democratic Republican
Last election 27 governorships 19 governorships
Seats before 27 19
Seats after 38 8
Seat change Increase11 Decrease11

  Third party Fourth party
 
Party Farmer–Labor Independent
Last election 1 governorship 1 governorship
Seats before 1 1
Seats after 1 1
Seat change Steady Steady

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     Democratic gain      Democratic hold
     Republican gain      Republican hold
     Farmer–Labor hold

United States gubernatorial elections were held in 1932, in 35 states, concurrent with the House, Senate elections and presidential election, on November 8, 1932 (September 12 in Maine).

Results

State Incumbent Party Status Opposing Candidates
Arizona George W. P. Hunt Democratic Defeated in Democratic primary, Democratic victory Benjamin Baker Moeur (Democratic) 63.22%
J. C. "Jack" Kinney (Republican) 35.43%
Lawrence McGivern (Socialist) 0.69%
Andrew Bettwy (Arizona Progressive Democrat) 0.49%
Martin Gehon (Communist) 0.17%
[1]
Arkansas Junius Marion Futrell Democratic Re-elected, 90.39% J. O. Livesay (Republican) 8.91%
Scattering 0.70%
[2]
Colorado Billy Adams Democratic Retired, Democratic victory Edwin Carl Johnson (Democratic) 57.23%
James D. Parriott (Republican) 40.78%
Morton Alexander (Socialist) 1.39%
William Penn Collins (Farmer Labor) 0.38%
William R. Dietrich (Communist) 0.23%
[3]
Connecticut Wilbur L. Cross Democratic Re-elected, 48.44% John H. Trumbull (Republican) 46.62%
Jasper McLevy (Socialist) 3.47%
Albert Levitt (Independent Republican) 0.86%
Michael P. O'Lean (Socialist Labor) 0.39%
Isadore Wofsy (Communist) 0.23%
[4]
Delaware C. Douglass Buck Republican Re-elected, 54.23% Landreth L. Layton (Democratic) 44.88%
Fred W. Whiteside (Socialist) 0.79%
- Thomas (Communist) 0.11%
[5]
Florida Doyle E. Carlton Democratic Term-limited, Democratic victory David Sholtz (Democratic) 66.62%
W. J. Howey (Republican) 33.38%
[6]
Georgia Richard Russell Jr. Democratic Retired to run for U.S. Senate, Democratic victory Eugene Talmadge (Democratic) 100.00%
[7]
(Democratic primary results)
Eugene Talmadge 42.02% (264)
Hosea Abit Nix 28.38% (94)
Thomas W. Hardwick 12.73% (30)
John N. Holder 7.11% (10)
H. B. Edwards 4.66% (8)
John I. Kelly 4.37% (4)
Scattering 0.73%
[8]
Idaho C. Ben Ross Democratic Re-elected, 61.73% Byron Defenbach (Republican) 36.44%
Scattering 1.84%
[9]
Illinois Louis Lincoln Emmerson Republican Retired, Democratic victory Henry Horner (Democratic) 57.62%
Len Small (Republican) 40.71%
Roy E. Burt (Socialist) 1.18%
Leondies McDonald (Communist) 0.37%
J. E. Procum (Socialist Labor) 0.09%
W. W. O'Brien (Independent) 0.04%
[10]
Indiana Harry G. Leslie Republican Term-limited, Democratic victory Paul V. McNutt (Democratic) 55.02%
Raymond S. Springer (Republican) 42.75%
Powers Hapgood (Socialist) 1.20%
F. W. Lough (Prohibition) 0.59%
Ward B. Hiner (National) 0.20%
Theodore Luesse (Communist) 0.14%
Charley Lynch (Socialist Labor) 0.12%
[11]
Iowa Dan W. Turner Republican Defeated, 47.23% Clyde L. Herring (Democratic) 52.77%
[12]
Kansas Harry H. Woodring Democratic Defeated, 34.12% Alfred M. Landon (Republican) 34.82%
John R. Brinkley (Independent) 30.58%
H. M. Perkins (Socialist) 0.49%
[13]
Maine
(held, 12 September 1932)
William Tudor Gardiner Republican Retired, Democratic victory Louis J. Brann (Democratic) 50.25%
Burleigh Martin (Republican) 49.28%
Frank H. Maxfield (Socialist) 0.47%
[14]
Massachusetts Joseph B. Ely Democratic Re-elected, 52.76% William S. Youngman (Republican) 45.03%
Alfred B. Lewis (Socialist) 1.57%
John J. Ballam (Communist) 0.39%
Charles S. Oram (Socialist Labor) 0.24%
Scattering 0.01%
[15]
Michigan Wilber M. Brucker Republican Defeated, 43.12% William A. Comstock (Democratic) 54.92%
John Panzer (Socialist) 1.24%
William Reynolds (Communist) 0.49%
Charles Elwood Holmes (Prohibition) 0.13%
Robert Fraser (Socialist Labor) 0.07%
Albert T. Renner (Proletarian) 0.02%
[16]
Minnesota Floyd B. Olson Farmer-Labor Re-elected, 50.57% Earle Brown (Republican) 32.34%
John E. Regan (Democratic) 16.44%
William Schneiderman (Communist) 0.47%
John P. Johnson (Industrial) 0.18%
[17]
Missouri Henry S. Caulfield Republican Term-limited, Democratic victory Guy Brasfield Park (Democratic) 60.17%
Edward H. Winter (Republican) 39.10%
Louis Martin Wolf (Socialist) 0.68%
Owen W. Penney (Communist) 0.03%
William Wesley Cox (Socialist Labor) 0.02%
[18]
Montana John E. Erickson Democratic Re-elected, 48.50% Frank A. Hazelbaker (Republican) 46.73%
Chris Yegen (Socialist) 2.92%
Rodney Salisbury (Communist) 0.93%
W. R. Duncan (Liberty) 0.93%
[19]
Nebraska Charles W. Bryan Democratic Re-elected, 52.53% Dwight P. Griswold (Republican) 46.28%
John M. Paul (Socialist) 1.19%
[20]
New Hampshire John Gilbert Winant Republican Re-elected, 54.20% Henri Ledoux (Democratic) 45.42%
Frank T. Butler (Socialist) 0.27%
William J. Wilgus Jr. (Communist) 0.12%
[21]
New Mexico Arthur Seligman Democratic Re-elected, 54.82% Richard C. Dillon (Republican) 44.19%
E. E. Frost (Socialist) 0.70%
Thomas C. Cullender (Liberty) 0.23%
W. F. Richardson (Communist) 0.07%
[22]
New York Franklin D. Roosevelt Democratic Retired to run for U.S. President, Democratic victory Herbert H. Lehman (Democratic) 56.69%
William J. Donovan (Republican) 38.62%
Louis Waldman (Socialist) 2.0%
John F. Vichert (Law Preservation) 1.78%
Israel Amter (Communist) 0.56%
Aaron M. Orange (Socialist Labor) 0.15%
[23]
North Carolina Oliver Max Gardner Democratic Term-limited, Democratic victory John C. B. Ehringhaus (Democratic) 70.07%
Clifford C. Frazier (Republican) 29.93%
[24]
North Dakota George F. Shafer Republican Retired to run for U.S. Senate, Republican victory William Langer (Republican) 54.75%
Herbert C. Depuy (Democratic) 44.97%
Andrew Omholt (Communist) 0.28%
[25]
Ohio George White Democratic Re-elected, 52.82% David S. Ingalls (Republican) 44.85%
Joseph W. Sharts (Socialist) 1.26%
Aaron S. Watkins (Prohibition) 0.76%
John Marshall (Communist) 0.25%
William Woodhouse (Socialist Labor) 0.07%
[26]
Rhode Island Norman S. Case Republican Defeated, 43.50% Theodore F. Green (Democratic) 55.20%
Frederick W. Hurst (Socialist) 0.73%
James P. Reid (Communist) 0.21%
Roscoe W. Phillips (Prohibition) 0.19%
Charles F. Bishop (Socialist Labor) 0.17%
[27]
South Dakota Warren E. Green Republican Defeated, 42.40% Tom Berry (Democratic) 55.63%
H. O. Stevens (Liberty) 1.75%
Helen Tangen (Independent) 0.22%
[28]
Tennessee Henry Hollis Horton Democratic Retired, Democratic victory Hill McAlister (Democratic) 42.75%
John McCall (Republican) 29.79%
Lewis S. Pope (Independent) 27.05%
John H. Compton (Independent) 0.32%
Charles R. Marlow (Independent) 0.09%
[29]
Texas Ross S. Sterling Democratic Defeated in Democratic primary, Democratic victory Miriam A. Ferguson (Democratic) 61.98%
Orville Bullington (Republican) 37.68%
George C. Edwards (Socialist) 0.22%
George W. Armstrong (Jacksonian) 0.09%
Philip L. Howe (Communist) 0.02%
Otho L. Heitt (Liberty) 0.02%
[30]
Utah George Dern Democratic Retired, Democratic victory Henry H. Blood (Democratic) 56.39%
William W. Seegmiller (Republican) 41.76%
A. L. Porter (Socialist) 1.36%
Marvin P. Bales (Communist) 0.49%
[31]
Vermont Stanley Calef Wilson Republican Re-elected, 61.69% James Patrick Leamy (Democratic) 37.20%
Frederick W. Suitor (Socialist) 1.09%
Scattering 0.02%
[32]
Washington Roland H. Hartley Republican Defeated in Republican primary, Democratic victory Clarence D. Martin (Democratic) 57.29%
John Arthur Gellatly (Republican) 33.75%
Luvern Clyde Hicks (Liberty) 6.79%
John F. McKay (Socialist) 1.63%
Fred E. Walker (Communist) 0.41%
Edward Kriz (Socialist Labor) 0.07%
Maslen Meade (Independent) 0.06%
[33]
West Virginia William G. Conley Republican Term-limited, Democratic victory Herman G. Kump (Democratic) 53.77%
T. C. Townsend (Republican) 45.80%
J. H. Snider (Socialist) 0.37%
Miles Stone (Communist) 0.06%
[34]
Wisconsin Philip La Follette Republican Defeated in Republican primary, Democratic victory Albert George Schmedeman (Democratic) 52.48%
Walter Jodok Kohler (Republican) 41.87%
Frank B. Metcalfe (Socialist) 5.07%
William C. Dean (Prohibition) 0.28%
Fred B. Blair (Communist) 0.26%
Joseph Ehrhardt (Socialist Labor) 0.04%
Scattering 0.01%
[35]
Wyoming
(special election)
Alonzo M. Clark Republican Defeated in Republican primary, Democratic victory Leslie A. Miller (Democratic) 50.85%
Harry R. Weston (Republican) 47.22%
A. O. Blow (Socialist) 1.74%
Merton Willer (Communist) 0.19%
[36]

See also

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