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1908–Governor
General Election–Tuesday, November 3, 1908
48.95%
Thomas R. Marshall*, Democratic, 348,849 votes
46.87%
James E. Watson, Republican, 334,040 votes
 2.23%
Sumner W. Haynes, Prohibition, 15,926 votes
 1.68%
Frank S. Goodman, Socialist, 11,948 votes
 0.14%
Frederick J. S. Robinson, People's (Populist), 986 votes
 0.08%
Oliver P. Stoner, Socialist Labor, 573 votes
 0.05%
James M. Zion, Independence, 383 votes
Out of 712,705 votes casts, the margin of victory was 14,809 (2.08%)
1908–Lieutenant Governor
General Election–Tuesday, November 3, 1908
47.94%
Frank J. Hall*, Democratic, 340,577 votes
47.71%
Fremont Goodwine, Republican, 338,905 votes
 2.36%
Abraham Huntsinger, Prohibition, 16,740 votes
 1.69%
Matthew Hallenberger, Socialist, 12,003 votes
 0.17%
Orlando L. Ross, People's (Populist), 1,186 votes
 0.08%
Gustave A. Dreyer, Socialist Labor, 601 votes
 0.06%
William F. Keates, Independence, 398 votes
Out of 710,410 votes casts, the margin of victory was 1,672 (0.23%)
1908–Secretary of State
General Election–Tuesday, November 3, 1908
47.83%
Fred A. Sims (i)*, Republican, 339,499 votes
47.76%
James Franklin Cox, Democratic, 339,007 votes
 2.40%
William Herbert Hill, Prohibition, 17,029 votes
 1.71%
Frederick G. Strickland, Socialist, 12,138 votes
 0.17%
Richard Bonewitz, People's (Populist), 1,188 votes
 0.08%
Allen B. Cobbs, Socialist Labor, 599 votes
 0.06%
John W. Close, Independence, 410 votes
Out of 709,870 votes casts, the margin of victory was 492 (0.07%)
1908–Auditor of State
General Election–Tuesday, November 3, 1908
47.81%
John C. Billheimer (i)*, Republican, 339,530 votes
47.78%
Marion Bailey, Democratic, 339,294 votes
 2.38%
Henry Coons, Prohibition, 16,927 votes
 1.73%
Clifford D. Brandon, Socialist, 12,303 votes
 0.15%
James S. Reeves, People's (Populist), 1,030 votes
 0.09%
Magmus Siegel, Socialist Labor, 608 votes
 0.06%
John Hisgen, Independence, 401 votes
Out of 710,093 votes casts, the margin of victory was 236 (0.03%)
1908–Treasurer of State
General Election–Tuesday, November 3, 1908
47.85%
Oscar C. Hadley (i)*, Republican, 339,744 votes
47.73%
John Isenbarger, Jr., Democratic, 338,907 votes
 2.39%
William H. Crowder, Prohibition, 17,002 votes
 1.73%
Wilson Cory, Socialist, 12,316 votes
 0.15%
Aaron McDonald, People's (Populist), 1,043 votes
 0.08%
Ira J. Baker, Socialist Labor, 599 votes
 0.06%
Harley R. Snyder, Independence, 403 votes
Out of 710,014 votes casts, the margin of victory was 837 (0.12%)
1908–Attorney General
General Election–Tuesday, November 3, 1908
47.87%
James Bingham (i)*, Republican, 339,805 votes
47.76%
Walter J. Lotz, Democratic, 339,017 votes
 2.36%
Tilghman E. Ballard, Prohibition, 16,718 votes
 1.71%
Stephen Reynolds, Socialist, 12,116 votes
 0.16%
John S. Bender, People's (Populist), 1,160 votes
 0.08%
Christ Schaad, Socialist Labor, 595 votes
 0.06%
Henry W. Dickman, Independence, 410 votes
Out of 709,821 votes casts, the margin of victory was 788 (0.11%)
1908–Supt. of Public Instruction
General Election–Tuesday, November 3, 1908
47.86%
Robert J. Aley*, Democratic, 339,581 votes
47.75%
Lawrence McTurnan, Republican, 338,819 votes
 2.38%
Monroe Vayhinger, Prohibition, 16,891 votes
 1.73%
Alvin L. Heim, Socialist, 12,290 votes
 0.14%
Morris Wiles, People's (Populist), 1,015 votes
 0.08%
Alma Kirkham, Socialist Labor, 589 votes
 0.06%
Mavourneen B. Morris, Independence, 407 votes
Out of 709,592 votes casts, the margin of victory was 762 (0.11%)
1908–U.S. House (District 1)
General Election–Tuesday, November 3, 1908
48.32%
John W. Boehne, Sr.*, Democratic, 23,054 votes
48.14%
John Hopkins Foster (i), Republican, 22,965 votes
 2.51%
Paul D. Strong, Socialist, 1,199 votes
 1.00%
David W. Hull, Prohibition, 475 votes
 0.03%
John Hisgen, Independence, 16 votes
Out of 47,709 votes casts, the margin of victory was 89 (0.18%)
1908–U.S. House (District 2)
General Election–Tuesday, November 3, 1908
49.97%
William Allen Cullop*, Democratic, 27,172 votes
45.26%
John C. Chaney (i), Republican, 24,609 votes
 3.35%
George W. Lackey, Socialist, 1,821 votes
 1.26%
John A. Rowe, Prohibition, 684 votes
 0.16%
John McMillin, People's (Populist), 86 votes
 0.01%
Samuel S. Doman, Independence, 6 votes
Out of 54,378 votes casts, the margin of victory was 2,563 (4.71%)
1908–U.S. House (District 3)
General Election–Tuesday, November 3, 1908
54.87%
William E. Cox (i)*, Democratic, 24,139 votes
43.11%
John W. Lewis, Republican, 18,966 votes
 1.27%
George E. Flanigan, Prohibition, 559 votes
 0.71%
Joseph W. Schwartz, Socialist, 314 votes
 0.03%
David J. Murr, Independence, 12 votes
Out of 43,990 votes casts, the margin of victory was 5,173 (11.76%)
1908–U.S. House (District 4)
General Election–Tuesday, November 3, 1908
53.55%
Lincoln Dixon (i)*, Democratic, 25,231 votes
43.99%
James A. Cox, Republican, 20,726 votes
 1.91%
Henry J. Bigney, Prohibition, 901 votes
 0.55%
Alfred F. Bumpes, Socialist, 261 votes
Out of 47,119 votes casts, the margin of victory was 4,505 (9.56%)
1908–U.S. House (District 5)
General Election–Tuesday, November 3, 1908
48.91%
Ralph Wilbur Moss*, Democratic, 28,844 votes
46.40%
Howard Maxwell, Republican, 27,361 votes
 2.63%
William D. Van Horn, Socialist, 1,548 votes
 2.03%
Edward M. Woodard, Prohibition, 1,200 votes
 0.03%
Daniel C. Brackney, Independence, 17 votes
Out of 58,970 votes casts, the margin of victory was 1,483 (2.51%)
1908–U.S. House (District 6)
General Election–Tuesday, November 3, 1908
49.24%
William O. Barnard*, Republican, 27,053 votes
47.15%
Thomas H. Kuhn, Democratic, 25,905 votes
 2.62%
Aaron Worth, Prohibition, 1,441 votes
 0.99%
Jefferson Cox, Socialist, 544 votes
Out of 54,943 votes casts, the margin of victory was 1,148 (2.09%)
1908–U.S. House (District 7)
General Election–Tuesday, November 3, 1908
52.11%
Charles A. Korbly*, Democratic, 34,686 votes
45.08%
Jesse Overstreet (i), Republican, 30,003 votes
 1.52%
Joseph A. Gabriel, Socialist, 1,014 votes
 1.21%
Charles M. Lemon, Prohibition, 807 votes
 0.07%
Matt C. Mayhew, Independence, 47 votes
Out of 66,557 votes casts, the margin of victory was 4,683 (7.03%)
1908–U.S. House (District 8)
General Election–Tuesday, November 3, 1908
52.49%
John Alfred McDowell Adair (i)*, Democratic, 29,259 votes
42.86%
Nathan Byrd Hawkins, Jr., Republican, 23,890 votes
 2.55%
Willard A. Bartlett, Prohibition, 1,422 votes
 2.08%
Wallace D. Wattles, Socialist, 1,157 votes
 0.02%
Nathan H. Baker, Independence, 11 votes
Out of 55,739 votes casts, the margin of victory was 5,369 (9.63%)
1908–U.S. House (District 9)
General Election–Tuesday, November 3, 1908
48.94%
Martin A. Morrison*, Democratic, 27,540 votes
47.00%
Charles B. Landis (i), Republican, 26,449 votes
 3.34%
Albert B. Kirkpatrick, Prohibition, 1,878 votes
 0.70%
Granville W. Sharpe, Socialist, 393 votes
 0.03%
Rheno M. Isherwood, Independence, 17 votes
Out of 56,277 votes casts, the margin of victory was 1,091 (1.94%)
1908–U.S. House (District 10)
General Election–Tuesday, November 3, 1908
54.38%
Edgar D. Crumpacker (i)*, Republican, 32,954 votes
44.13%
William Darroch, Democratic, 26,742 votes
 1.39%
Isaac S. Wade, Prohibition, 843 votes
 0.10%
Everett G. Ballard, Independence, 62 votes
Out of 60,601 votes casts, the margin of victory was 6,212 (10.25%)
1908–U.S. House (District 11)
General Election–Tuesday, November 3, 1908
48.31%
George W. Rauch (i)*, Democratic, 25,526 votes
46.01%
Charles H. Good, Republican, 24,313 votes
 4.23%
Oliver W. Outland, Prohibition, 2,237 votes
 1.44%
Edward G. Nix, Socialist, 762 votes
Out of 52,838 votes casts, the margin of victory was 1,213 (2.30%)
1908–U.S. House (District 12)
General Election–Tuesday, November 3, 1908
50.56%
Cyrus Cline*, Democratic, 25,051 votes
45.83%
Clarence C. Gilhams (i), Republican, 22,706 votes
 2.14%
Charles N. Eckhart, Prohibition, 1,062 votes
 1.13%
John S. Brunskill, Socialist, 561 votes
 0.33%
Charles Andrew Phelps, Independence, 163 votes
Out of 49,543 votes casts, the margin of victory was 2,345 (4.73%)
1908–U.S. House (District 13)
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%)