Lawson Nichols Mace

Offices

Indiana House
Jennings, Scott Counties
In office
Nov 9, 1904 to Nov 7, 1906

Party: Republican
Assumed: General Election
Lawson Nichols Mace spent 1 year, 11 months, 28 days in office in Indiana, all of it at the state level.

Elections

1912–Secretary of State LOST
General Election–Tuesday, November 5, 1912
43.27%
Lew G. Ellingham (i)*, Democratic, 276,759 votes
24.59%
Lawson Nichols Mace, Progressive, 157,309 votes
23.21%
Fred Innis King, Republican, 148,475 votes
 5.60%
Reece C. Townsend, Socialist, 35,816 votes
 2.88%
Isaac S. Wade, Prohibition, 18,453 votes
 0.45%
Ernest Viewegh, Socialist Labor, 2,850 votes
Out of 639,662 votes casts, the margin of victory was 119,450 (18.68%)
1914–U.S. House (District 3) LOST
General Election–Tuesday, November 3, 1914
56.35%
William E. Cox (i)*, Democratic, 23,679 votes
29.17%
Edgar D. Bush, Republican, 12,260 votes
 12.72%
Lawson Nichols Mace, Progressive, 5,344 votes
 0.98%
C. H. Noblett, Prohibition, 411 votes
 0.79%
Unknown Candidate, Socialist, 330 votes
Out of 42,024 votes casts, the margin of victory was 11,419 (27.18%)
In the 2 races for which we have results, Lawson Nichols Mace had a record of 0-2. That includes a record of 0-2 in 2 general elections.