Charles Ginsberg

Offices

We found no record of Charles Ginsberg 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

1928–U.S. Senate (Class 1) LOST
General Election–Tuesday, November 6, 1928
55.30%
Arthur Raymond Robinson (i)*, Republican, 782,144 votes
44.12%
Albert Stump, Democratic, 623,996 votes
 0.29%
William H. Harris, Prohibition, 4,033 votes
 0.24%
Phillip K. Reinbold, Socialist, 3,346 votes
 0.03%
Charles Ginsberg, Socialist Labor, 443 votes
 0.02%
William F. Jackman, Workers, 327 votes
 0.01%
John Zahnd, National, 151 votes
Out of 1,414,440 votes casts, the margin of victory was 158,148 (11.18%)
1946–Secretary of State LOST
General Election–Tuesday, November 5, 1946
55.26%
Thomas A. Bath*, Republican, 733,867 votes
42.96%
Harry E. McClain, Democratic, 570,493 votes
 1.60%
Sara Halladay, Prohibition, 21,196 votes
 0.12%
Charles Ginsberg, Socialist, 1,539 votes
 0.07%
Morris Porterfield, Communist, 983 votes
Out of 1,328,078 votes casts, the margin of victory was 163,374 (12.30%)
1948–Governor LOST
General Election–Tuesday, November 2, 1948
53.56%
Henry Frederick Schricker*, Democratic, 884,995 votes
45.14%
William Hobart Creighton, Republican, 745,892 votes
 0.82%
Clinton W. Spiecher, Prohibition, 13,582 votes
 0.38%
Walter Frisbie, Progressive, 6,259 votes
 0.06%
William Rabe, Sr., Socialist, 985 votes
 0.04%
Charles Ginsberg, Socialist Labor, 608 votes
Out of 1,652,321 votes casts, the margin of victory was 139,103 (8.42%)
1952–Governor LOST
General Election–Tuesday, November 4, 1952
55.68%
George N. Craig*, Republican, 1,075,685 votes
43.58%
John A. Watkins, Democratic, 841,984 votes
 0.65%
Lester N. Abel, Prohibition, 12,554 votes
 0.05%
Simon Boorda, Progressive, 920 votes
 0.04%
Charles Ginsberg, Socialist Labor, 726 votes
Out of 1,931,869 votes casts, the margin of victory was 233,701 (12.10%)
In the 4 races for which we have results, Charles Ginsberg had a record of 0-4. That includes a record of 0-4 in 4 general elections.