1912 Massachusetts gubernatorial election

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Massachusetts gubernatorial election, 1912

← 1911 November 5, 1912 (1912-11-05) 1913 →
  Governor Foss.png Joseph H. Walker (Massachusetts speaker).png Charles S. Bird.png
Nominee Eugene Foss Joseph H. Walker Charles S. Bird
Party Democratic Republican Progressive
Popular vote 193,184 143,597 126,102
Percentage 40.31% 29.96% 26.31%

Governor before election

Eugene Foss
Democratic

Elected Governor

Eugene Foss
Democratic

The Massachusetts gubernatorial election of 1912 took place on November 4, 1912. Democratic Governor Eugene Foss defeated the Republican candidate Joseph H. Walker and Progressive candidate Charles S. Bird.

General election[edit]

Results[edit]

Massachusetts gubernatorial election, 1912[1]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Eugene Foss 193,184 40.31%
Republican Joseph H. Walker 143,597 29.96%
Progressive Charles S. Bird 126,102 26.31%
Socialist Roland D. Sawyer 11,493 2.42%
Prohibition Alfred H. Evans 2,702 0.57%
Socialist Labour Arthur Elmer Reimer 2,212 0.47%
Total votes 475,792 100.00%

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Massachusetts gubernatorial election, 1912".