Hugh Thomas Miller

Notable Facts

  • Served as Presiding Officer, Lt. Governor in the 64th General Assembly (1904-1906)
  • Served as Presiding Officer, Lt. Governor in the 65th General Assembly (1906-1908)

Offices

Indiana House
Bartholomew County
In office
Nov 5, 1902 to Nov 9, 1904

Party: Republican
Assumed: General Election
Left: Ran For Other Office
Lieutenant Governor
Statewide
In office
Jan 9, 1905 to Jan 11, 1909

Party: Republican
Assumed: General Election
Left: Did Not Run
Hugh Thomas Miller spent 6 years, 8 days in office in Indiana, all of it at the state level.

Elections

1904–Lieutenant Governor WON
General Election–Tuesday, November 8, 1904
53.70%
Hugh Thomas Miller*, Republican, 360,442 votes
40.74%
Warder W. Stevens, Democratic, 273,443 votes
 3.39%
Howard C. Ramsey, Prohibition, 22,775 votes
 1.64%
Harry Holmes Hart, Socialist, 11,014 votes
 0.31%
William Bell Gill, People's (Populist), 2,079 votes
 0.21%
Ernest Viewegh, Socialist Labor, 1,434 votes
Out of 671,187 votes casts, the margin of victory was 86,999 (12.96%)
1914–U.S. Senate (Class 3) LOST
General Election–Tuesday, November 3, 1914
42.14%
Benjamin F. Shively (i)*, Democratic, 272,249 votes
35.10%
Hugh Thomas Miller, Republican, 226,766 votes
 16.81%
Albert Jeremiah Beveridge, Progressive, 108,581 votes
 3.36%
Stephen Reynolds, Socialist, 21,719 votes
 2.15%
Sumner W. Haynes, Prohibition, 13,860 votes
 0.45%
James Matthews, Socialist Labor, 2,884 votes
Out of 646,059 votes casts, the margin of victory was 45,483 (7.04%)
In the 2 races for which we have results, Hugh Thomas Miller had a record of 1-1. That includes a record of 1-1 in 2 general elections.