1912 Vermont gubernatorial election
|Elections in Vermont|
The Vermont gubernatorial election of 1912 took place on September 3, 1912. Incumbent Republican John A. Mead, per the "Mountain Rule", did not run for re-election to a second term as Governor of Vermont. Republican candidate Allen M. Fletcher defeated Democratic candidate Harland B. Howe and Progressive candidate Frazer Metzger to succeed him. Since no candidate won a majority of the popular vote, the election was decided and Fletcher was elected by the Vermont General Assembly in accordance with the state constitution.
|Republican||Allen M. Fletcher||26,237||40.5|
|Democratic||Harland B. Howe||20,001||30.8|
|Prohibition||Clement F. Smith||1,735||2.7|
|Socialist||Fred W. Suitor||1,210||1.9|
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