1847 Texas gubernatorial election
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|Elections in Texas|
The 1847 Texas gubernatorial election was held on November 1, 1847 to elect the Governor of Texas. Incumbent Governor James Pinckney Henderson did not run for a second term. The election was won by George Tyler Wood, who received 49% of the vote.
|Independent||George Tyler Wood||7,154||48.45%|
|Independent||James B. Miller||5,106||34.58%|
|Independent||Nicholas Henry Darnell||1,276||8.64%|
|Independent||Jesse J. Robinson||379||2.57%|