Thomas Michael Honan

Notable Facts

  • Served as Speaker of the House in the 66th General Assembly (1908-1910)

Offices

Indiana House
Jackson County
In office
Nov 9, 1904 to Nov 9, 1910

Party: Democratic
Assumed: General Election
Attorney General
Statewide
In office
Jan 1, 1911 to Jan 1, 1915

Party: Democratic
Assumed: General Election
Left: Did Not Run
Thomas Michael Honan spent 10 years, 2 days in office in Indiana, all of it at the state level.

Elections

1910–Attorney General WON
General Election–Tuesday, November 8, 1910
47.94%
Thomas Michael Honan*, Democratic, 295,039 votes
45.85%
Finley T. Mount, Republican, 282,173 votes
 3.09%
Lamont E. Jones, Socialist, 18,995 votes
 2.67%
Charles F. Holler, Prohibition, 16,432 votes
 0.46%
Ira J. Baker, Socialist Labor, 2,805 votes
Out of 615,444 votes casts, the margin of victory was 12,866 (2.09%)
1912–Attorney General WON
General Election–Tuesday, November 5, 1912
43.20%
Thomas Michael Honan (i)*, Democratic, 276,491 votes
24.72%
Clifford F. Jackman, Progressive, 158,229 votes
23.12%
Ferdinand H. Wurzer, Republican, 147,977 votes
 5.59%
William W. McGregor, Socialist, 35,801 votes
 2.91%
Julius Shepard, Prohibition, 18,603 votes
 0.45%
Carl L. Olsen, Socialist Labor, 2,869 votes
Out of 639,970 votes casts, the margin of victory was 118,262 (18.48%)
In the 2 races we have results for, Thomas Michael Honan had a record of 2-0. That includes a record of 2-0 in 2 general elections.