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1914–U.S. Senate (Class 3)
General Election–Tuesday, November 3, 1914
42.14%
Benjamin F. Shively (i)*, Democratic, 272,249 votes
35.10%
Hugh Thomas Miller, Republican, 226,766 votes
 16.81%
Albert Jeremiah Beveridge, Progressive (Bull Moose), 108,581 votes
 3.36%
Stephen Reynolds, Socialist, 21,719 votes
 2.15%
Sumner W. Haynes, Prohibition, 13,860 votes
 0.45%
James Matthews, Socialist Labor, 2,884 votes
Out of 646,059 votes casts, the margin of victory was 45,483 (7.04%)
1914–Secretary of State
General Election–Tuesday, November 3, 1914
41.80%
Homer Livingstone Cook*, Democratic, 262,703 votes
37.11%
Edward L. Jackson, Republican, 233,213 votes
 14.91%
William A. Pierson, Progressive (Bull Moose), 93,683 votes
 3.46%
Isai T. Kahn, Socialist, 21,755 votes
 2.27%
Isaac S. Wade, Prohibition, 14,246 votes
 0.45%
Carl L. Olsen, Socialist Labor, 2,808 votes
Out of 628,408 votes casts, the margin of victory was 29,490 (4.69%)
1914–Auditor of State
General Election–Tuesday, November 3, 1914
42.43%
Dale J. Crittenberger*, Democratic, 266,080 votes
36.84%
Isaac Newton Brown, Republican, 230,982 votes
 14.61%
George W. Lott, Progressive (Bull Moose), 91,615 votes
 3.47%
William W. Farmer, Socialist, 21,774 votes
 2.20%
James L. Bishop, Prohibition, 13,823 votes
 0.44%
Oscar Viewegh, Socialist Labor, 2,787 votes
Out of 627,061 votes casts, the margin of victory was 35,098 (5.59%)
1914–Treasurer of State
General Election–Tuesday, November 3, 1914
42.68%
George A. Bittler*, Democratic, 267,789 votes
36.74%
Job Freeman, Republican, 230,485 votes
 14.50%
John Bower, Progressive (Bull Moose), 90,985 votes
 3.44%
James H. Noyes, Socialist, 21,557 votes
 2.20%
Oscar J. Current, Prohibition, 13,786 votes
 0.44%
Joseph B. Trunko, Socialist Labor, 2,759 votes
Out of 627,361 votes casts, the margin of victory was 37,304 (5.94%)
1914–Attorney General
General Election–Tuesday, November 3, 1914
42.57%
Richard McClellan Milburn*, Democratic, 266,663 votes
36.77%
Ele Stansbury, Republican, 230,296 votes
 14.52%
Arthur G. Manning, Progressive (Bull Moose), 90,921 votes
 3.46%
Harry J. Valentine, Socialist, 21,667 votes
 2.24%
Mercer Brown, Prohibition, 14,035 votes
 0.44%
Frank Herder, Socialist Labor, 2,787 votes
Out of 626,369 votes casts, the margin of victory was 36,367 (5.80%)
1914–Supt. of Public Instruction
General Election–Tuesday, November 3, 1914
42.69%
Charles A. Greathouse (i)*, Democratic, 267,467 votes
36.69%
Horace Ellis, Republican, 229,861 votes
 14.52%
John W. Kendall, Progressive (Bull Moose), 90,982 votes
 3.47%
William McKown, Socialist, 21,722 votes
 2.19%
Clarence A. Mummart, Prohibition, 13,693 votes
 0.45%
John J. Burkhardt, Socialist Labor, 2,799 votes
Out of 626,524 votes casts, the margin of victory was 37,606 (6.00%)
1914–U.S. House (District 1)
General Election–Tuesday, November 3, 1914
46.56%
Charles Lieb (i)*, Democratic, 20,488 votes
40.13%
S. Wallace Cook, Republican, 17,661 votes
 8.00%
U. H. Seider, Progressive (Bull Moose), 3,519 votes
 3.68%
William H. Rainey, Socialist, 1,619 votes
 1.63%
Amos Legler, Prohibition, 717 votes
Out of 44,004 votes casts, the margin of victory was 2,827 (6.43%)
1914–U.S. House (District 2)
General Election–Tuesday, November 3, 1914
44.25%
William Allen Cullop (i)*, Democratic, 21,451 votes
39.49%
Oscar Edward Bland, Republican, 19,145 votes
 10.49%
J. B. Wilson, Progressive (Bull Moose), 5,087 votes
 4.59%
William J. Trout, Socialist, 2,225 votes
 1.17%
George Scruggs, Prohibition, 569 votes
Out of 48,477 votes casts, the margin of victory was 2,306 (4.76%)
1914–U.S. House (District 3)
General Election–Tuesday, November 3, 1914
56.35%
William E. Cox (i)*, Democratic, 23,679 votes
29.17%
Edgar D. Bush, Republican, 12,260 votes
 12.72%
Lawson Nichols Mace, Progressive (Bull Moose), 5,344 votes
 0.98%
C. H. Noblett, Prohibition, 411 votes
 0.79%
Unknown Candidate, Socialist, 330 votes
Out of 42,024 votes casts, the margin of victory was 11,419 (27.18%)
1914–U.S. House (District 4)
General Election–Tuesday, November 3, 1914
50.25%
Lincoln Dixon (i)*, Democratic, 22,795 votes
37.16%
Mauley D. Wilson, Republican, 16,856 votes
 10.18%
Roy W. Ewing, Progressive (Bull Moose), 4,619 votes
 1.44%
Ben F. Gaston, Prohibition, 651 votes
 0.98%
William F. Carmichael, Socialist, 444 votes
Out of 45,365 votes casts, the margin of victory was 5,939 (13.09%)
1914–U.S. House (District 5)
General Election–Tuesday, November 3, 1914
45.91%
Ralph Wilbur Moss (i)*, Democratic, 21,785 votes
36.99%
R. L. Shattuck, Republican, 17,552 votes
 11.07%
Otis E. Gulley, Progressive (Bull Moose), 5,254 votes
 4.18%
James O'Neil, Socialist, 1,982 votes
 1.85%
E. G. Shouse, Prohibition, 877 votes
Out of 47,450 votes casts, the margin of victory was 4,233 (8.92%)
1914–U.S. House (District 6)
General Election–Tuesday, November 3, 1914
41.90%
Finly H. Gray (i)*, Democratic, 18,731 votes
33.29%
P. J. Lynch, Republican, 14,880 votes
21.12%
Elbert Russell, Progressive (Bull Moose), 9,443 votes
 1.92%
E. E. Worth, Prohibition, 859 votes
 1.76%
R. F. VanVorhis, Socialist, 788 votes
Out of 44,701 votes casts, the margin of victory was 3,851 (8.61%)
1914–U.S. House (District 7)
General Election–Tuesday, November 3, 1914
41.87%
Merrill Moores*, Republican, 26,451 votes
33.78%
Charles A. Korbly (i), Democratic, 21,343 votes
 16.67%
Paxton Hibben, Progressive (Bull Moose), 10,530 votes
 6.33%
William Henry, Socialist, 4,002 votes
 1.05%
Edward W. Clark, Prohibition, 661 votes
 0.30%
Unknown Candidate, Write-In, 190 votes
Out of 63,177 votes casts, the margin of victory was 5,108 (8.09%)
1914–U.S. House (District 8)
General Election–Tuesday, November 3, 1914
44.45%
John Alfred McDowell Adair (i)*, Democratic, 21,841 votes
26.78%
Albert H. Vestal, Republican, 13,160 votes
21.95%
H. L. Kitselman, Progressive (Bull Moose), 10,785 votes
 4.00%
Max E. Matthews, Socialist, 1,965 votes
 2.83%
J. Walter Gibson, Prohibition, 1,390 votes
Out of 49,141 votes casts, the margin of victory was 8,681 (17.67%)
1914–U.S. House (District 9)
General Election–Tuesday, November 3, 1914
42.75%
Martin A. Morrison (i)*, Democratic, 21,992 votes
40.89%
Fred S. Purnell, Republican, 21,035 votes
 12.05%
C. A. Ford, Progressive (Bull Moose), 6,198 votes
 2.51%
Albert Jackman, Prohibition, 1,291 votes
 1.80%
O. H. Rash, Socialist, 927 votes
Out of 51,443 votes casts, the margin of victory was 957 (1.86%)
1914–U.S. House (District 10)
General Election–Tuesday, November 3, 1914
45.36%
William Robert Wood*, Republican, 22,318 votes
36.04%
John B. Peterson (i), Democratic, 17,735 votes
 17.55%
William H. Ade, Progressive (Bull Moose), 8,637 votes
 1.05%
E. A. Bush, Prohibition, 516 votes
Out of 49,206 votes casts, the margin of victory was 4,583 (9.32%)
1914–U.S. House (District 11)
General Election–Tuesday, November 3, 1914
41.72%
George W. Rauch (i)*, Democratic, 20,666 votes
34.32%
S. L. Strickler, Republican, 16,999 votes
 16.36%
Bernard Bobbs Shively, Progressive (Bull Moose), 8,106 votes
 4.29%
Ernest Malott, Socialist, 2,124 votes
 3.31%
Burt W. Ayres, Prohibition, 1,641 votes
Out of 49,536 votes casts, the margin of victory was 3,667 (7.40%)
1914–U.S. House (District 12)
General Election–Tuesday, November 3, 1914
46.89%
Cyrus Cline (i)*, Democratic, 18,612 votes
37.92%
Charles R. Lane, Republican, 15,052 votes
 10.02%
H. M. Widney, Prohibition, 3,976 votes
 3.19%
William F. Dibble, Socialist, 1,266 votes
 1.99%
Jacob G. Wise, Progressive (Bull Moose), 789 votes
Out of 39,695 votes casts, the margin of victory was 3,560 (8.97%)
1914–U.S. House (District 13)
General Election–Tuesday, November 3, 1914
44.39%
Henry A. Barnhart (i)*, Democratic, 25,134 votes
34.92%
Andrew J. Hickey, Republican, 19,771 votes
 15.09%
Robert Clarence Stephens, Progressive (Bull Moose), 8,542 votes
 3.26%
E. W. Berry, Socialist, 1,845 votes
 2.35%
Charles H. Tuesburg, Prohibition, 1,331 votes
Out of 56,623 votes casts, the margin of victory was 5,363 (9.47%)