Abraham L. Brick

Offices

U.S. House
District 13
In office
Mar 4, 1899 to Apr 7, 1908

Party: Republican
Assumed: General Election
Left: Died
Abraham L. Brick spent 9 years, 1 month, 5 days in office in Indiana, all of it at the federal level.

Elections

1898–U.S. House (District 13) WON
General Election–Tuesday, November 8, 1898
51.42%
Abraham L. Brick*, Republican, 23,368 votes
45.96%
Medary M. Hathaway, Democratic, 20,886 votes
 2.13%
Thomas E. Webb, Prohibition, 970 votes
 0.48%
John R. Korner, Independent, 217 votes
Out of 45,441 votes casts, the margin of victory was 2,482 (5.46%)
1900–U.S. House (District 13) WON
General Election–Tuesday, November 6, 1900
51.08%
Abraham L. Brick (i)*, Republican, 26,592 votes
46.83%
Charles C. Bower, Democratic, 24,376 votes
 1.94%
Barney Uline, Prohibition, 1,008 votes
 0.15%
Harney A. Wiley, People's (Populist), 79 votes
Out of 52,055 votes casts, the margin of victory was 2,216 (4.25%)
1902–U.S. House (District 13) WON
General Election–Tuesday, November 4, 1902
50.32%
Abraham L. Brick (i)*, Republican, 24,206 votes
46.33%
Frank E. Hering, Democratic, 22,289 votes
 2.67%
William R. Love, Prohibition, 1,286 votes
 0.68%
Elliott Tutt Anderson, Socialist, 327 votes
Out of 48,108 votes casts, the margin of victory was 1,917 (3.99%)
1904–U.S. House (District 13) WON
General Election–Tuesday, November 8, 1904
52.48%
Abraham L. Brick (i)*, Republican, 29,361 votes
40.13%
Frank E. Hering, Democratic, 22,454 votes
 4.37%
Charles R. Heath, Socialist, 2,445 votes
 3.02%
Charles F. Holler, Prohibition, 1,689 votes
Out of 55,949 votes casts, the margin of victory was 6,907 (12.35%)
1906–U.S. House (District 13) WON
General Election–Tuesday, November 6, 1906
47.96%
Abraham L. Brick (i)*, Republican, 23,360 votes
47.54%
Benjamin F. Shively, Democratic, 23,153 votes
 3.01%
Isaac G. Shaw, Prohibition, 1,468 votes
 1.49%
Charles R. Heath, Socialist, 724 votes
Out of 48,705 votes casts, the margin of victory was 207 (0.42%)
In the 5 races we have results for, Abraham L. Brick had a record of 5-0. That includes a record of 5-0 in 5 general elections.