Frank L. Jones

Offices

Supt. of Public Instruction
Statewide
In office
Mar 15, 1899 to Mar 15, 1903

Party: Republican
Assumed: General Election
Left: Did Not Run
Frank L. Jones spent 4 years in office in Indiana, all of it at the state level.

Elections

1898–Supt. of Public Instruction WON
General Election–Tuesday, November 8, 1898
50.21%
Frank L. Jones*, Republican, 283,387 votes
46.78%
William B. Sinclair, Democratic, 264,036 votes
 1.68%
Elcharles Devore, Prohibition, 9,507 votes
 1.03%
Edgar Packard, People's (Populist), 5,809 votes
 0.30%
Charles Beam, Socialist, 1,688 votes
Out of 564,427 votes casts, the margin of victory was 19,351 (3.43%)
1900–Supt. of Public Instruction WON
General Election–Tuesday, November 6, 1900
50.63%
Frank L. Jones (i)*, Republican, 332,008 votes
46.63%
Charles A. Greathouse, Democratic, 305,751 votes
 2.04%
Burt W. Ayres, Prohibition, 13,368 votes
 0.34%
M. A. Thorndyke, Social Democratic, 2,218 votes
 0.23%
William P. Beasley, People's (Populist), 1,476 votes
 0.10%
Oliver P. Stoner, Socialist Labor, 642 votes
 0.04%
Albert Carter, Union Reform, 245 votes
Out of 655,708 votes casts, the margin of victory was 26,257 (4.00%)
In the 2 races for which we have results, Frank L. Jones had a record of 2-0. That includes a record of 2-0 in 2 general elections.