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1910–Secretary of State
General Election–Tuesday, November 8, 1910
47.83%
Lew G. Ellingham*, Democratic, 299,935 votes
45.85%
Otis E. Gulley, Republican, 287,568 votes
 3.13%
Sherman G. Jones, Socialist, 19,632 votes
 2.71%
George Hitz, Prohibition, 17,024 votes
 0.47%
Oliver P. Stoner, Socialist Labor, 2,974 votes
Out of 627,133 votes casts, the margin of victory was 12,367 (1.98%)
1910–Auditor of State
General Election–Tuesday, November 8, 1910
47.89%
William Hunter O'Brien, Sr.*, Democratic, 295,243 votes
45.90%
John E. Reed, Republican, 282,984 votes
 3.08%
Russell Wyttenbach, Socialist, 19,013 votes
 2.66%
John O. Morrison, Prohibition, 16,413 votes
 0.46%
Grover Mundy, Socialist Labor, 2,861 votes
Out of 616,514 votes casts, the margin of victory was 12,259 (1.99%)
1910–Treasurer of State
General Election–Tuesday, November 8, 1910
47.86%
William H. Vollmer*, Democratic, 294,639 votes
45.92%
Johnson (Jonce) T. Monyhan, Republican, 282,685 votes
 3.10%
William T. Jackman, Socialist, 19,057 votes
 2.67%
Samuel M. Thompson, Prohibition, 16,436 votes
 0.45%
Carl L. Olsen, Socialist Labor, 2,774 votes
Out of 615,591 votes casts, the margin of victory was 11,954 (1.94%)
1910–Attorney General
General Election–Tuesday, November 8, 1910
47.94%
Thomas Michael Honan*, Democratic, 295,039 votes
45.85%
Finley T. Mount, Republican, 282,173 votes
 3.09%
Lamont E. Jones, Socialist, 18,995 votes
 2.67%
Charles F. Holler, Prohibition, 16,432 votes
 0.46%
Ira J. Baker, Socialist Labor, 2,805 votes
Out of 615,444 votes casts, the margin of victory was 12,866 (2.09%)
1910–Supt. of Public Instruction
General Election–Tuesday, November 8, 1910
47.92%
Charles A. Greathouse*, Democratic, 294,763 votes
45.86%
Samuel C. Ferrell, Republican, 282,132 votes
 3.10%
Janet Fennimore, Socialist, 19,048 votes
 2.66%
Walter S. Smith, Prohibition, 16,387 votes
 0.46%
Alma Kirkham, Socialist Labor, 2,806 votes
Out of 615,136 votes casts, the margin of victory was 12,631 (2.06%)
1910–U.S. House (District 1)
General Election–Tuesday, November 8, 1910
52.25%
John W. Boehne, Sr. (i)*, Democratic, 22,420 votes
43.36%
Francis B. Posey, Republican, 18,606 votes
 2.39%
Romalia Bishop, Socialist, 1,027 votes
 1.99%
William V. Harrell, Prohibition, 853 votes
Out of 42,906 votes casts, the margin of victory was 3,814 (8.89%)
1910–U.S. House (District 2)
General Election–Tuesday, November 8, 1910
48.44%
William Allen Cullop (i)*, Democratic, 22,960 votes
45.19%
Oscar Edward Bland, Republican, 21,419 votes
 4.90%
Zimri W. Garten, Socialist, 2,322 votes
 1.48%
Elijah Eddington, Prohibition, 700 votes
Out of 47,401 votes casts, the margin of victory was 1,541 (3.25%)
1910–U.S. House (District 3)
General Election–Tuesday, November 8, 1910
58.35%
William E. Cox (i)*, Democratic, 21,670 votes
40.31%
Harry C. Poindexter, Republican, 14,969 votes
 1.13%
William B. Lewis, Prohibition, 419 votes
 0.21%
A. J. Wells, Socialist, 78 votes
Out of 37,136 votes casts, the margin of victory was 6,701 (18.04%)
1910–U.S. House (District 4)
General Election–Tuesday, November 8, 1910
53.76%
Lincoln Dixon (i)*, Democratic, 22,001 votes
43.79%
John Kamman, Republican, 17,921 votes
 1.83%
John A. Kinnick, Prohibition, 750 votes
 0.62%
Reece C. Townsend, Socialist, 253 votes
Out of 40,925 votes casts, the margin of victory was 4,080 (9.97%)
1910–U.S. House (District 5)
General Election–Tuesday, November 8, 1910
51.63%
Ralph Wilbur Moss (i)*, Democratic, 25,916 votes
42.39%
Frank Tilley, Republican, 21,277 votes
 4.19%
James O'Neal, Socialist, 2,103 votes
 1.79%
Ernest R. Walter, Prohibition, 898 votes
Out of 50,194 votes casts, the margin of victory was 4,639 (9.24%)
1910–U.S. House (District 6)
General Election–Tuesday, November 8, 1910
48.95%
Finly H. Gray*, Democratic, 23,740 votes
45.86%
William O. Barnard (i), Republican, 22,242 votes
 3.01%
Aaron Worth, Prohibition, 1,461 votes
 2.18%
William L. Parkins, Socialist, 1,057 votes
Out of 48,500 votes casts, the margin of victory was 1,498 (3.09%)
1910–U.S. House (District 7)
General Election–Tuesday, November 8, 1910
50.29%
Charles A. Korbly (i)*, Democratic, 30,330 votes
44.71%
Linton Alden Cox, Republican, 26,968 votes
 3.81%
Carl L. E. Ott, Socialist, 2,295 votes
 1.19%
James A. Lewis, Prohibition, 719 votes
Out of 60,312 votes casts, the margin of victory was 3,362 (5.58%)
1910–U.S. House (District 8)
General Election–Tuesday, November 8, 1910
51.84%
John Alfred McDowell Adair (i)*, Democratic, 25,455 votes
39.32%
Rollin Warner, Republican, 19,309 votes
 5.93%
Orville G. Overcarsh, Socialist, 2,910 votes
 2.91%
Carey Ayres, Prohibition, 1,429 votes
Out of 49,103 votes casts, the margin of victory was 6,146 (12.52%)
1910–U.S. House (District 9)
General Election–Tuesday, November 8, 1910
47.96%
Martin A. Morrison (i)*, Democratic, 24,434 votes
46.80%
Edward Everett Neal, Republican, 23,841 votes
 2.64%
William L. Northam, Prohibition, 1,343 votes
 2.60%
Robert A. Wason, Socialist, 1,326 votes
Out of 50,944 votes casts, the margin of victory was 593 (1.16%)
1910–U.S. House (District 10)
General Election–Tuesday, November 8, 1910
50.30%
Edgar D. Crumpacker (i)*, Republican, 27,722 votes
46.61%
John B. Peterson, Democratic, 25,692 votes
 1.91%
Ira E. Fulton, Socialist, 1,055 votes
 1.17%
Charles H. Tuesburg, Prohibition, 647 votes
Out of 55,116 votes casts, the margin of victory was 2,030 (3.69%)
1910–U.S. House (District 11)
General Election–Tuesday, November 8, 1910
47.71%
George W. Rauch (i)*, Democratic, 22,528 votes
45.07%
John L. Thompson, Republican, 21,282 votes
 3.94%
Charles P. Baldwin, Prohibition, 1,860 votes
 3.28%
Newell G. Marlott, Socialist, 1,551 votes
Out of 47,221 votes casts, the margin of victory was 1,246 (2.64%)
1910–U.S. House (District 12)
General Election–Tuesday, November 8, 1910
49.92%
Cyrus Cline (i)*, Democratic, 19,754 votes
45.33%
Owen N. Heaton, Republican, 17,937 votes
 2.65%
Beneville Sawyer, Prohibition, 1,048 votes
 2.10%
John S. Brunskill, Socialist, 830 votes
Out of 39,569 votes casts, the margin of victory was 1,817 (4.59%)
1910–U.S. House (District 13)
General Election–Tuesday, November 8, 1910
48.18%
Henry A. Barnhart (i)*, Democratic, 25,253 votes
46.08%
John L. Moorman, Republican, 24,153 votes
 3.15%
Isai T. Kahn, Socialist, 1,650 votes
 2.59%
Joseph L. Schuerman, Prohibition, 1,359 votes
Out of 52,415 votes casts, the margin of victory was 1,100 (2.10%)