Charles W. Miller

Offices

Attorney General
Statewide
In office
Jan 1, 1903 to Jan 1, 1907

Party: Republican
Assumed: General Election
Left: Did Not Run
Charles W. Miller spent 4 years, 1 day in office in Indiana, all of it at the state level.

Elections

1902–Attorney General WON
General Election–Tuesday, November 4, 1902
50.75%
Charles W. Miller*, Republican, 294,613 votes
44.57%
William E. Stillwell, Democratic, 258,739 votes
 2.98%
Sumner W. Haynes, Prohibition, 17,309 votes
 1.19%
William W. McGregor, Socialist, 6,910 votes
 0.29%
Jacob Loven, Socialist Labor, 1,702 votes
 0.22%
David F. Boger, People's (Populist), 1,261 votes
Out of 580,534 votes casts, the margin of victory was 35,874 (6.18%)
1904–Attorney General WON
General Election–Tuesday, November 8, 1904
53.71%
Charles W. Miller (i)*, Republican, 360,487 votes
40.70%
Joseph Hooker Shea, Democratic, 273,134 votes
 3.40%
William A. Swank, Prohibition, 22,825 votes
 1.66%
Peter La Belle, Socialist, 11,152 votes
 0.31%
Silas M. Holcomb, People's (Populist), 2,075 votes
 0.22%
Ira J. Baker, Socialist Labor, 1,465 votes
Out of 671,138 votes casts, the margin of victory was 87,353 (13.01%)
1908–U.S. House (District 13) LOST
Special Election–Tuesday, November 3, 1908
48.42%
Henry A. Barnhart*, Democratic, 28,131 votes
47.69%
Charles W. Miller, Republican, 27,708 votes
 2.02%
Thomas B. Barnes, Prohibition, 1,176 votes
 1.79%
John A. Snook, Socialist, 1,042 votes
 0.08%
William Augustus Weiser, Independence, 45 votes
Out of 58,102 votes casts, the margin of victory was 423 (0.73%)
1908–U.S. House (District 13) LOST
General Election–Tuesday, November 3, 1908
48.18%
Henry A. Barnhart*, Democratic, 28,509 votes
47.71%
Charles W. Miller, Republican, 28,229 votes
 2.12%
Levi Newman, Prohibition, 1,257 votes
 1.91%
Robert E. Dunbar, Socialist, 1,128 votes
 0.07%
William Augustus Weiser, Independence, 43 votes
Out of 59,166 votes casts, the margin of victory was 280 (0.47%)
In the 4 races we have results for, Charles W. Miller had a record of 2-2. That includes a record of 2-1 in 3 general elections, and 0-1 in 1 special election.