1914 Pennsylvania gubernatorial election Article

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Pennsylvania gubernatorial election, 1914

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Nominee Martin Brumbaugh Vance McCormick
Party Republican Democratic
Popular vote 588,705 453,880
Percentage 52.98% 40.84%

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County results

Governor before election

John K. Tener
Republican

Elected Governor

Martin G. Brumbaugh
Republican

The Pennsylvania gubernatorial election of 1914 occurred on November 3, 1914. Incumbent Republican governor John K. Tener was not a candidate for re-election. Republican candidate Martin Grove Brumbaugh defeated Democratic candidate Vance C. McCormick to become Governor of Pennsylvania.

Results

Pennsylvania gubernatorial election, 1914 [1]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Martin Grove Brumbaugh 588,705 52.98
Democratic Vance C. McCormick 453,880 40.84
Socialist Joseph B. Allen 40,115 3.61
Prohibition Matthew H. Stevenson 17,467 1.57
Roosevelt Progressive William Draper Lewis 6,503 0.59
Bull Moose Charles N. Brumm 4,031 0.36
Industrialist Caleb Harrison 533 0.05
Total votes 1,111,252 100.00

References

  1. ^ "Pennsylvania Gubernatorial Election Returns 1914". Wilkes University. Retrieved 20 December 2012.