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1912–Governor
General Election–Tuesday, November 5, 1912
42.95%
Samuel M. Ralston*, Democratic, 275,357 votes
25.91%
Albert Jeremiah Beveridge, Progressive, 166,124 votes
22.28%
Winfield T. Durbin, Republican, 142,850 votes
 5.53%
Stephen Reynolds, Socialist, 35,464 votes
 2.88%
William Hickman, Prohibition, 18,465 votes
 0.45%
James Matthews, Socialist Labor, 2,861 votes
Out of 641,121 votes casts, the margin of victory was 109,233 (17.04%)
1912–Lieutenant Governor
General Election–Tuesday, November 5, 1912
43.26%
William P. O'Neill*, Democratic, 275,666 votes
24.61%
Frederick Landis, Progressive, 156,798 votes
23.15%
Thomas Taylor Moore, Republican, 147,481 votes
 5.62%
Samuel S. Condo, Socialist, 35,796 votes
 2.92%
Albert Jackman, Prohibition, 18,579 votes
 0.45%
Ira J. Baker, Socialist Labor, 2,881 votes
Out of 637,201 votes casts, the margin of victory was 118,868 (18.65%)
1912–Secretary of State
General Election–Tuesday, November 5, 1912
43.27%
Lew G. Ellingham (i)*, Democratic, 276,759 votes
24.59%
Lawson Nichols Mace, Progressive, 157,309 votes
23.21%
Fred Innis King, Republican, 148,475 votes
 5.60%
Reece C. Townsend, Socialist, 35,816 votes
 2.88%
Isaac S. Wade, Prohibition, 18,453 votes
 0.45%
Ernest Viewegh, Socialist Labor, 2,850 votes
Out of 639,662 votes casts, the margin of victory was 119,450 (18.68%)
1912–Auditor of State
General Election–Tuesday, November 5, 1912
43.27%
William Hunter O'Brien, Sr. (i)*, Democratic, 276,884 votes
24.57%
Harry E. Cushman, Progressive, 157,222 votes
23.19%
Isaac Newton Brown, Republican, 148,393 votes
 5.60%
William Sheffler, Socialist, 35,832 votes
 2.91%
David W. Hull, Prohibition, 18,622 votes
 0.45%
Frank Helbich, Socialist Labor, 2,875 votes
Out of 639,828 votes casts, the margin of victory was 119,662 (18.70%)
1912–Treasurer of State
General Election–Tuesday, November 5, 1912
43.33%
William H. Vollmer (i)*, Democratic, 276,900 votes
24.59%
Burdell B. Baker, Progressive, 157,183 votes
23.11%
Job Freeman, Republican, 147,717 votes
 5.61%
William W. Farmer, Socialist, 35,876 votes
 2.90%
Charles M. Lemon, Prohibition, 18,537 votes
 0.45%
Harry A. Barnes, Socialist Labor, 2,884 votes
Out of 639,097 votes casts, the margin of victory was 119,717 (18.74%)
1912–Attorney General
General Election–Tuesday, November 5, 1912
43.20%
Thomas Michael Honan (i)*, Democratic, 276,491 votes
24.72%
Clifford F. Jackman, Progressive, 158,229 votes
23.12%
Ferdinand H. Wurzer, Republican, 147,977 votes
 5.59%
William W. McGregor, Socialist, 35,801 votes
 2.91%
Julius Shepard, Prohibition, 18,603 votes
 0.45%
Carl L. Olsen, Socialist Labor, 2,869 votes
Out of 639,970 votes casts, the margin of victory was 118,262 (18.48%)
1912–Supt. of Public Instruction
General Election–Tuesday, November 5, 1912
43.31%
Charles A. Greathouse (i)*, Democratic, 276,994 votes
24.56%
Charles E. Spaulding, Progressive, 157,043 votes
23.16%
Samuel C. Farrell, Republican, 148,134 votes
 5.61%
Florence Wattles, Socialist, 35,859 votes
 2.92%
Alfred L. Mondy, Prohibition, 18,677 votes
 0.44%
Alma Kirkham, Socialist Labor, 2,844 votes
Out of 639,551 votes casts, the margin of victory was 119,951 (18.75%)
1912–U.S. House (District 1)
General Election–Tuesday, November 5, 1912
45.65%
Charles Lieb*, Democratic, 20,014 votes
30.01%
D. H. Ortmeyer, Republican, 13,158 votes
 13.74%
Humphrey C. Heldt, Progressive, 6,022 votes
 8.52%
William H. Rainey, Socialist, 3,737 votes
 2.08%
George Flanagan, Prohibition, 910 votes
Out of 43,841 votes casts, the margin of victory was 6,856 (15.64%)
1912–U.S. House (District 2)
General Election–Tuesday, November 5, 1912
45.34%
William Allen Cullop (i)*, Democratic, 22,082 votes
32.56%
Oscar Edward Bland, Republican, 15,858 votes
 12.32%
John Napier Dyer, Progressive, 6,001 votes
 7.98%
John L. B. Shepherd, Socialist, 3,888 votes
 1.79%
Isaac C. Overman, Prohibition, 873 votes
Out of 48,702 votes casts, the margin of victory was 6,224 (12.78%)
1912–U.S. House (District 3)
General Election–Tuesday, November 5, 1912
51.52%
William E. Cox (i)*, Democratic, 23,150 votes
22.36%
William D. Barnes, Republican, 10,049 votes
22.27%
S. G. Wilkinson, Progressive, 10,005 votes
 2.65%
John Zahnd, Socialist, 1,192 votes
 1.20%
H. W. White, Prohibition, 538 votes
Out of 44,934 votes casts, the margin of victory was 13,101 (29.16%)
1912–U.S. House (District 4)
General Election–Tuesday, November 5, 1912
52.42%
Lincoln Dixon (i)*, Democratic, 24,250 votes
26.88%
Rollin A. Turner, Republican, 12,436 votes
 16.30%
Charles Zoller, Jr., Progressive, 7,540 votes
 2.24%
Henry Thompson, Prohibition, 1,036 votes
 2.16%
William F. Carmichael, Socialist, 1,001 votes
Out of 46,263 votes casts, the margin of victory was 11,814 (25.54%)
1912–U.S. House (District 5)
General Election–Tuesday, November 5, 1912
45.16%
Ralph Wilbur Moss (i)*, Democratic, 20,634 votes
26.25%
F. W. Blankenlaker, Republican, 11,995 votes
 18.10%
Joseph W. Amis, Socialist, 8,268 votes
 7.33%
William Houston, Progressive, 3,351 votes
 3.16%
John G. L. Myers, Prohibition, 1,444 votes
Out of 45,692 votes casts, the margin of victory was 8,639 (18.91%)
1912–U.S. House (District 6)
General Election–Tuesday, November 5, 1912
43.90%
Finly H. Gray (i)*, Democratic, 19,987 votes
24.69%
William L. Risk, Republican, 11,242 votes
23.71%
Gierluf Jansen, Progressive, 10,797 votes
 4.68%
R. F. VanVorhis, Socialist, 2,129 votes
 3.03%
Mercer Brown, Prohibition, 1,378 votes
Out of 45,533 votes casts, the margin of victory was 8,745 (19.21%)
1912–U.S. House (District 7)
General Election–Tuesday, November 5, 1912
42.81%
Charles A. Korbly (i)*, Democratic, 28,901 votes
27.26%
Joseph V. Zartman, Progressive, 18,402 votes
 19.73%
Thomas R. Shipp, Republican, 13,320 votes
 8.15%
Frank J. Hays, Socialist, 5,501 votes
 2.05%
Albert Stanley, Prohibition, 1,387 votes
Out of 67,511 votes casts, the margin of victory was 10,499 (15.55%)
1912–U.S. House (District 8)
General Election–Tuesday, November 5, 1912
46.48%
John Alfred McDowell Adair (i)*, Democratic, 23,530 votes
25.99%
E. C. Toner, Progressive, 13,157 votes
 16.39%
Isaiah Paxson Watts, Republican, 8,298 votes
 7.13%
Hunter McDonald, Socialist, 3,611 votes
 4.02%
J. Walter Gibson, Prohibition, 2,033 votes
Out of 50,629 votes casts, the margin of victory was 10,373 (20.49%)
1912–U.S. House (District 9)
General Election–Tuesday, November 5, 1912
45.12%
Martin A. Morrison (i)*, Democratic, 23,574 votes
30.43%
William Robinson, Republican, 15,901 votes
 17.62%
John F. Neil, Progressive, 9,205 votes
 3.85%
George N. Keller, Socialist, 2,011 votes
 2.99%
A. M. Ewing, Prohibition, 1,562 votes
Out of 52,253 votes casts, the margin of victory was 7,673 (14.69%)
1912–U.S. House (District 10)
General Election–Tuesday, November 5, 1912
38.78%
John B. Peterson*, Democratic, 18,401 votes
36.45%
Edgar D. Crumpacker (i), Republican, 17,294 votes
20.64%
John O. Bowers, Progressive, 9,793 votes
 2.89%
A. K. Mark, Socialist, 1,370 votes
 1.25%
William R. Harkrider, Prohibition, 591 votes
Out of 47,449 votes casts, the margin of victory was 1,107 (2.33%)
1912–U.S. House (District 11)
General Election–Tuesday, November 5, 1912
43.80%
George W. Rauch (i)*, Democratic, 21,894 votes
24.43%
John W. G. Stewart, Republican, 12,213 votes
21.67%
Edgar M. Baldwin, Progressive, 10,830 votes
 5.63%
Ernest Malott, Socialist, 2,813 votes
 4.47%
Edward H. Kennedy, Prohibition, 2,232 votes
Out of 49,982 votes casts, the margin of victory was 9,681 (19.37%)
1912–U.S. House (District 12)
General Election–Tuesday, November 5, 1912
48.32%
Cyrus Cline (i)*, Democratic, 19,903 votes
27.07%
Charles R. Lane, Republican, 11,147 votes
 19.70%
Louis F. Littman, Progressive, 8,114 votes
 4.91%
William F. Dibble, Prohibition, 2,022 votes
Out of 41,186 votes casts, the margin of victory was 8,756 (21.25%)
1912–U.S. House (District 13)
General Election–Tuesday, November 5, 1912
43.91%
Henry A. Barnhart (i)*, Democratic, 24,968 votes
24.31%
Robert Clarence Stephens, Progressive, 13,824 votes
24.25%
Charles A. Carlisle, Republican, 13,787 votes
 5.17%
Ervin H. Cady, Socialist, 2,937 votes
 2.36%
William Warner, Prohibition, 1,343 votes
Out of 56,859 votes casts, the margin of victory was 11,144 (19.60%)