Allison E. Wrentmore

Offices

We found no record of Allison E. Wrentmore 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

1930–Supt. of Public Instruction LOST
General Election–Tuesday, November 4, 1930
51.51%
George Clarence Cole*, Democratic, 615,494 votes
47.51%
Roy P. Wisehart (i), Republican, 567,679 votes
 0.61%
Allison E. Wrentmore, Prohibition, 7,283 votes
 0.33%
Jacob E. Schrader, Socialist, 3,934 votes
 0.05%
Herbert Green, Nationalist, 582 votes
Out of 1,194,972 votes casts, the margin of victory was 47,815 (4.00%)
1932–U.S. Senate (Class 3) LOST
General Election–Tuesday, November 8, 1932
55.57%
Frederick R. Van Nuys*, Democratic, 870,053 votes
42.26%
James E. Watson (i), Republican, 661,750 votes
 1.20%
Forrest Wallace, Socialist, 18,724 votes
 0.60%
Allison E. Wrentmore, Prohibition, 9,406 votes
 0.14%
William Townsend, Communist, 2,123 votes
 0.12%
Ralph Green, National, 1,869 votes
 0.12%
Evartt Edward Bailey, Socialist Labor, 1,825 votes
Out of 1,565,750 votes casts, the margin of victory was 208,303 (13.31%)
1934–Secretary of State LOST
General Election–Tuesday, November 6, 1934
51.19%
August G. Mueller*, Democratic, 738,427 votes
47.72%
Fred Woodward, Republican, 688,437 votes
 0.65%
Edward Henry, Socialist, 9,373 votes
 0.35%
Allison E. Wrentmore, Prohibition, 5,005 votes
 0.09%
Fay McAllister Allen, Communist, 1,323 votes
Out of 1,442,565 votes casts, the margin of victory was 49,990 (3.47%)
1940–Secretary of State LOST
General Election–Tuesday, November 5, 1940
50.21%
James M. Tucker (i)*, Republican, 883,453 votes
49.39%
Clarence J. Donovan, Democratic, 868,885 votes
 0.28%
Allison E. Wrentmore, Prohibition, 4,958 votes
 0.08%
Clarence H. Owen, Socialist, 1,466 votes
 0.04%
Walter Joseph Klobucher, Socialist Labor, 644 votes
Out of 1,759,406 votes casts, the margin of victory was 14,568 (0.82%)
1948–U.S. House (District 11) LOST
General Election–Tuesday, November 2, 1948
50.63%
Andrew James Jacobs, Sr.*, Democratic, 103,046 votes
48.37%
George L. Denny, Republican, 98,451 votes
 0.53%
Willard B. Benson, Prohibition, 1,076 votes
 0.46%
Allison E. Wrentmore, Prohibition, 946 votes
Out of 203,519 votes casts, the margin of victory was 4,595 (2.26%)
1950–U.S. House (District 11) LOST
General Election–Tuesday, November 7, 1950
56.49%
Charles B. Brownson*, Republican, 116,068 votes
43.03%
Andrew James Jacobs, Sr. (i), Democratic, 88,418 votes
 0.48%
Allison E. Wrentmore, Prohibition, 994 votes
Out of 205,480 votes casts, the margin of victory was 27,650 (13.46%)
1952–Supt. of Public Instruction LOST
General Election–Tuesday, November 4, 1952
54.81%
Wilbur Young (i)*, Republican, 1,052,517 votes
44.51%
Earl Morris Utterback, Democratic, 854,738 votes
 0.67%
Allison E. Wrentmore, Prohibition, 12,883 votes
Out of 1,920,138 votes casts, the margin of victory was 197,779 (10.30%)
1954–U.S. House (District 11) LOST
General Election–Tuesday, November 2, 1954
54.90%
Charles B. Brownson (i)*, Republican, 108,044 votes
44.80%
Charles H. Boswell, Democratic, 88,173 votes
 0.30%
Allison E. Wrentmore, Prohibition, 591 votes
Out of 196,808 votes casts, the margin of victory was 19,871 (10.10%)
1956–Supt. of Public Instruction LOST
General Election–Tuesday, November 6, 1956
54.92%
Wilbur Young (i)*, Republican, 1,067,669 votes
44.68%
Earl Morris Utterback, Democratic, 868,594 votes
 0.33%
Allison E. Wrentmore, Prohibition, 6,479 votes
 0.06%
George Magdich, Socialist Labor, 1,181 votes
Out of 1,943,923 votes casts, the margin of victory was 199,075 (10.24%)
1958–Supt. of Public Instruction LOST
General Election–Tuesday, November 4, 1958
55.35%
William Earl Wilson*, Democratic, 946,399 votes
43.93%
Wilbur Young (i), Republican, 751,226 votes
 0.72%
Allison E. Wrentmore, Prohibition, 12,352 votes
Out of 1,709,977 votes casts, the margin of victory was 195,173 (11.42%)
In the 10 races we have results for, Allison E. Wrentmore had a record of 0-10. That includes a record of 0-10 in 10 general elections.