Samuel D. Jackson

Offices

Attorney General
Statewide
In office
Jun 2, 1940 to Jan 1, 1941

Party: Democratic
Assumed: Appointed by Governor
U.S. Senate
Class 3
In office
Jan 28, 1944 to Nov 14, 1944

Party: Democratic
Assumed: Appointed by Governor
Left: Successor Elected
Samuel D. Jackson spent 1 year, 4 months, 17 days in office in Indiana, including 9 months, 21 days at the federal level and 7 months, 3 days at the state level.

Elections

1928–U.S. House (District 12) LOST
General Election–Tuesday, November 6, 1928
55.31%
David Hogg (i)*, Republican, 56,436 votes
44.69%
Samuel D. Jackson, Democratic, 45,592 votes
Out of 102,028 votes casts, the margin of victory was 10,844 (10.62%)
1944–Governor LOST
General Election–Tuesday, November 7, 1944
50.97%
Ralph F. Gates*, Republican, 849,346 votes
48.18%
Samuel D. Jackson, Democratic, 802,765 votes
 0.74%
Waldo E. Yeater, Prohibition, 12,358 votes
 0.11%
William Rabe, Sr., Socialist, 1,770 votes
Out of 1,666,239 votes casts, the margin of victory was 46,581 (2.79%)
In the 2 races we have results for, Samuel D. Jackson had a record of 0-2. That includes a record of 0-2 in 2 general elections.