J. Ralston Miller

Offices

We found no record of J. Ralston Miller serving in elected office in Indiana. Our database only focuses on state and federal offices, so it's possible they served at a different level, or in an office not currently in our database.

Elections

1944–U.S. House (District 1) LOST
General Election–Tuesday, November 7, 1944
61.30%
Ray J. Madden (i)*, Democratic, 75,635 votes
38.07%
Otto Glenn Fifield, Republican, 46,969 votes
 0.32%
J. Ralston Miller, Prohibition, 396 votes
 0.31%
Arthur B. Frame, Socialist Labor, 381 votes
Out of 123,381 votes casts, the margin of victory was 28,666 (23.23%)
1948–U.S. House (District 1) LOST
General Election–Tuesday, November 2, 1948
60.65%
Ray J. Madden (i)*, Democratic, 78,898 votes
38.59%
Theodore L. Sendak, Republican, 50,194 votes
 0.58%
J. Ralston Miller, Prohibition, 752 votes
 0.19%
Harvey E. Taylor, Socialist, 241 votes
Out of 130,085 votes casts, the margin of victory was 28,704 (22.06%)
1950–Secretary of State LOST
General Election–Tuesday, November 7, 1950
53.51%
Leland L. Smith*, Republican, 846,783 votes
45.66%
Charles Francis Fleming (i), Democratic, 722,466 votes
 0.83%
J. Ralston Miller, Prohibition, 13,138 votes
Out of 1,582,387 votes casts, the margin of victory was 124,317 (7.85%)
1952–Lieutenant Governor LOST
General Election–Tuesday, November 4, 1952
55.64%
Harold Willis Handley*, Republican, 1,069,780 votes
43.66%
E. Spencer Walton, Democratic, 839,360 votes
 0.67%
J. Ralston Miller, Prohibition, 12,795 votes
 0.04%
Vivienne C. Williams, Socialist Labor, 776 votes
Out of 1,922,711 votes casts, the margin of victory was 230,420 (11.98%)
1956–Governor LOST
General Election–Tuesday, November 6, 1956
55.61%
Harold Willis Handley*, Republican, 1,086,868 votes
43.97%
Ralph Tucker, Democratic, 859,393 votes
 0.35%
J. Ralston Miller, Prohibition, 6,791 votes
 0.06%
Merle L. Williams, Socialist Labor, 1,238 votes
Out of 1,954,290 votes casts, the margin of victory was 227,475 (11.64%)
1958–Secretary of State LOST
General Election–Tuesday, November 4, 1958
55.29%
John R. Walsh*, Democratic, 945,230 votes
43.94%
Frank A. Lenning (i), Republican, 751,260 votes
 0.77%
J. Ralston Miller, Prohibition, 13,238 votes
Out of 1,709,728 votes casts, the margin of victory was 193,970 (11.35%)
1960–Governor LOST
General Election–Tuesday, November 8, 1960
50.39%
Matthew Empson Welsh*, Democratic, 1,072,717 votes
49.30%
Crawford F. Parker, Republican, 1,049,540 votes
 0.28%
J. Ralston Miller, Prohibition, 5,892 votes
 0.04%
Herman A. Kronewitter, Socialist Labor, 816 votes
Out of 2,128,965 votes casts, the margin of victory was 23,177 (1.09%)
1964–U.S. Senate (Class 1) LOST
General Election–Tuesday, November 3, 1964
54.33%
R. Vance Hartke (i)*, Democratic, 1,128,505 votes
45.33%
David Russell Bontrager, Republican, 941,519 votes
 0.27%
J. Ralston Miller, Prohibition, 5,708 votes
 0.06%
Casimer Kanczuzewski, Socialist Labor, 1,231 votes
Out of 2,076,963 votes casts, the margin of victory was 186,986 (9.00%)
1968–U.S. House (District 1) LOST
General Election–Tuesday, November 5, 1968
56.74%
Ray J. Madden (i)*, Democratic, 90,055 votes
43.04%
Donald E. Taylor, Republican, 68,318 votes
 0.22%
J. Ralston Miller, Prohibition, 351 votes
Out of 158,724 votes casts, the margin of victory was 21,737 (13.70%)
In the 9 races we have results for, J. Ralston Miller had a record of 0-9. That includes a record of 0-9 in 9 general elections.