1933 United States gubernatorial elections
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1 state governorship
Democratic gain Democratic hold
Republican gain Republican hold
United States gubernatorial elections were held in 1933, in the state of Virginia. Virginia holds its gubernatorial elections in odd numbered years, every 4 years, following the United States presidential election year.
|Virginia||John Garland Pollard||Democratic||Term-limited, Democratic victory||George Campbell Peery (Democratic) 73.74%|
Fred W. McWane (Republican) 24.24%
Andrew J. Dunning (Prohibition) 0.67%
George C. White (Socialist) 0.67%
John Moffett Robinson (Independent) 0.53%
W. A. Rowe (Independent) 0.16%
- "VA Governor, 1933". Our Campaigns. Retrieved 17 March 2019.
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