1845 Texas gubernatorial election
|Elections in Texas|
The 1845 Texas gubernatorial election was held on December 15, 1845, to elect the first Governor of Texas. The election was held in preparation for the annexation of Texas by the United States and resulted in the election of James Pinckney Henderson, who received 82% of the vote and became the first governor of the new state.
|Independent||James Pinckney Henderson||7,853||81.99%|
|Independent||James B. Miller||1,673||17.47%|
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