1880 Missouri gubernatorial election
|Elections in Missouri|
The Missouri gubernatorial election of 1880 was Missouri's 20th gubernatorial election. The election was held on November 2, 1880 and resulted in a victory for the Democratic nominee, former Congressman Thomas Theodore Crittenden, over the Republican candidate, former Congressman David Patterson Dyer, and Greenback nominee Luman A. Brown.
Missouri returned to electing its governor to a 4-year term, instead of a 2-year term.
|Democratic||Thomas Theodore Crittenden||207,670||52.23||-4.76|
|Republican||David Patterson Dyer||153,636||38.64||-3.53|
|Greenback||Luman A. Brown||36,340||9.14||+8.29|