1922 United States gubernatorial elections

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United States gubernatorial elections, 1922

← 1921 November 7, 1922;
September 11, 1922 (ME)
1923 →

33 state governorships
  Majority party Minority party
 
Party Democratic Republican
Last election 14 governorships 34 governorships
Seats before 14 34
Seats after 26 22
Seat change Increase12 Decrease12

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     Democratic gain      Democratic hold
     Republican gain      Republican hold

United States gubernatorial elections were held in 1922, in 33 states, concurrent with the House and Senate elections, on November 7, 1922 (September 11 in Maine).

Results[edit]

State Incumbent Party Status Opposing Candidates
Alabama Thomas Kilby Democratic Term-limited, Democratic victory William W. Brandon (Democratic) 77.56%
Oliver D. Street (Republican) 21.28%
Arlie Barber (Socialist) 1.16%
[1]
Arizona Thomas Edward Campbell Republican Defeated, 45.06% George W. P. Hunt (Democratic) 54.94%
[2]
Arkansas Thomas C. McRae Democratic Re-elected, 78.09% John W. Grabiel (Republican) 21.91%
[3]
California William Stephens Republican Defeated in Republican primary, Republican victory Friend Richardson (Republican) 59.69%
Thomas Lee Woolwine (Democratic) 35.98%
Alexander Horr (Socialist) 4.29%
Scattering 0.04%
[4]
Colorado Oliver Henry Shoup Republican Retired, Democratic victory William E. Sweet (Democratic) 49.64%
Benjamin Griffith (Republican) 48.29%
Lauren E. Arnold (Socialist) 0.82%
G. F. Stevens (Farmer Labor) 0.73%
Barney Haughey (Old Age Pension) 0.52%
[5]
Connecticut Everett J. Lake Republican Retired, Republican victory Charles A. Templeton (Republican) 52.37%
David Fitzgerald (Democratic) 45.73%
Martin F. Plunkett (Socialist) 1.91%
[6]
Georgia Thomas W. Hardwick Democratic Defeated in Democratic primary, Democratic victory Clifford M. Walker (Democratic) 100.00%
[7]
(Democratic primary results)
Clifford M. Walker 58.11%
Thomas W. Hardwick 40.56%
H. Bedinger Baylor 1.33%
[8]
Idaho D. W. Davis Republican Retired, Republican victory Charles C. Moore (Republican) 39.53%
H. F. Samuels (Progressive) 31.69%
Moses Alexander (Democratic) 28.79%
[9]
Iowa Nathan E. Kendall Republican Re-elected, 70.54% J. R. Files (Democratic) 29.46%
[10]
Kansas Henry Justin Allen Republican Retired, Democratic victory Jonathan M. Davis (Democratic) 50.87%
W. Y. Morgan (Republican) 47.41%
M. L. Phillips (Socialist) 1.72%
[11]
Maine
(held, 11 September 1922)
Percival P. Baxter Republican Re-elected, 57.95% William R. Pattangall (Democratic) 42.05%
[12]
Massachusetts Channing H. Cox Republican Re-elected, 52.24% John F. Fitzgerald (Democratic) 45.42%
Walter S. Hutchins (Socialist) 1.03%
John B. Lewis (Prohibition) 0.77%
Henry Hess (Socialist Labor) 0.53%
[13]
Michigan Alex J. Groesbeck Republican Re-elected, 61.15% Alva M. Cummins (Democratic) 37.39%
Benjamin Blumenberg (Socialist) 0.76%
Belden C. Hoyt (Prohibition) 0.47%
E. R. Markley (Socialist Labor) 0.22%
[14]
Minnesota J. A. O. Preus Republican Re-elected, 45.21% Magnus Johnson (Farmer-Labor) 43.13%
Edward Indrehus (Democratic) 11.66%
[15]
Nebraska Samuel R. McKelvie Republican Retired, Democratic victory Charles W. Bryan (Democratic) 54.62%
Charles H. Randall (Republican) 41.95%
Harry C. Parmenter (Progressive) 3.43%
[16]
Nevada Emmet D. Boyle Democratic Retired, Democratic victory James G. Scrugham (Democratic) 53.88%
John H. Miller (Republican) 46.12%
[17]
New Hampshire Albert O. Brown Republican Retired, Democratic victory Fred H. Brown (Democratic) 53.28%
Windsor H. Goodnow (Republican) 46.72%
[18]
New Jersey Edward I. Edwards Democratic Term-limited, Democratic victory George Sebastian Silzer (Democratic) 52.19%
William N. Runyon (Republican) 46.82%
George H. Goebel (Socialist) 0.69%
Martin R. McDonald (Workers) 0.14%
Frank Sanders (Socialist Labor) 0.10%
Edward M. Caffall (Single Tax) 0.06%
[19]
New Mexico Merritt C. Mechem Republican Retired, Democratic victory James F. Hinkle (Democratic) 54.57%
C. L. Hill (Republican) 44.66%
T. S. Smith (Farmer Labor) 0.78%
[20]
New York Nathan L. Miller Republican Defeated, 39.97% Alfred E. Smith (Democratic) 55.21%
Edward F. Cassidy (Socialist) 4.3`1%
George K. Hinds (Prohibition) 0.38%
Jeremiah D. Crowley (Socialist Labor) 0.13%
[21]
North Dakota Ragnvald Nestos Republican Re-elected, 57.65% William Lemke (Non-Partisan League) 42.35%
[22]
Ohio Harry L. Davis Republican Retired, Democratic victory A. Victor Donahey (Democratic) 50.56%
Carmi A. Thompson (Republican) 49.41%
Scattering 0.03%
[23]
Oklahoma James B. A. Robertson Democratic Term-limited, Democratic victory John C. Walton (Democratic) 54.45%
John Fields (Republican) 44.79%
Orville E. Enfield (Socialist) 0.77%
[24]
Oregon Benjamin W. Olcott Republican Defeated, 42.64% Walter M. Pierce (Democratic) 57.36%
[25]
Pennsylvania William Cameron Sproul Republican Term-limited, Republican victory Gifford Pinchot (Republican) 56.78%
John A. McSparran (Democratic) 39.71%
Lilith Martin Wilson (Socialist) 2.17%
William Repp (Prohibition) 0.97%
William H, Thomas (Industrialist) 0.21%
John W. Dix (Single Tax) 0.15%
Scattering 0.01%
[26]
Rhode Island Emery J. San Souci Republican Defeated in Republican primary, Democratic victory William Smith Flynn (Democratic) 51.72%
Harold J. Gross (Republican) 47.17%
Charles F. Bishop (Socialist Labor) 0.60%
George W. Miller (Labor) 0.51%
[27]
South Carolina Wilson Godfrey Harvey Democratic Retired, Democratic victory Thomas Gordon McLeod (Democratic) 100.00%
[28]
(Democratic primary run-off results)
Thomas Gordon McLeod 53.84%
Coleman L. Blease 46.16%
[29]
South Dakota William H. McMaster Republican Re-elected, 45.02% Louis N. Crill (Democratic) 28.74%
Alice Lorraine Daly (Non-Partisan League) 26.24%
[30]
Tennessee Alfred A. Taylor Republican Defeated, 42.11% Austin Peay (Democratic) 57.89%
[31]
Texas Pat Morris Neff Democratic Re-elected, 82.01% W. H. Atwell (Republican) 17.99%
[32]
Vermont James Hartness Republican Retired, Republican victory Redfield Proctor Jr. (Republican) 74.82%
J. Holmes Jackson (Democratic) 24.97%
Scattering 0.21%
[33]
Wisconsin John J. Blaine Republican Re-elected, 76.36% Arthur A. Bentley (Independent Democrat) 10.60%
Louis A. Arnold (Socialist) 8.21%
M. L. Welles (Prohibition) 4.45%
Arthur A. Dietrich (Independent) 0.30%
Scattering 0.08%
[34]
Wyoming Robert D. Carey Republican Defeated in Republican primary, Democratic victory William B. Ross (Democratic) 50.03%
John W. Hay (Republican) 48.87%
Scattering 1.11%
[35]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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