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1916–U.S. Senate (Class 1)
General Election–Tuesday, November 7, 1916
47.77%
Harry Stewart New*, Republican, 337,089 votes
46.14%
John Worth Kern (i), Democratic, 325,588 votes
 3.05%
Joseph Zimmerman, Socialist, 21,558 votes
 2.21%
Elwood Haynes, Prohibition, 15,598 votes
 0.61%
John Napier Dyer, Progressive (Bull Moose), 4,272 votes
 0.22%
Ira J. Baker, Socialist Labor, 1,562 votes
Out of 705,667 votes casts, the margin of victory was 11,501 (1.63%)
1916–U.S. Senate (Class 3)
Special Election–Tuesday, November 7, 1916
47.66%
James E. Watson*, Republican, 335,193 votes
46.29%
Thomas Taggart, Democratic, 325,577 votes
 3.07%
Edward Henry, Socialist, 21,626 votes
 2.29%
William Hickman, Prohibition, 16,095 votes
 0.68%
John F. Clifford, Progressive (Bull Moose), 4,798 votes
Out of 703,289 votes casts, the margin of victory was 9,616 (1.37%)
1916–Governor
General Election–Tuesday, November 7, 1916
47.81%
James P. Goodrich*, Republican, 337,831 votes
46.00%
John Alfred McDowell Adair, Democratic, 325,060 votes
 3.14%
William W. Farmer, Socialist, 22,156 votes
 2.19%
Alfred L. Mondy, Prohibition, 15,454 votes
 0.65%
Thomas A. Dailey, Progressive (Bull Moose), 4,573 votes
 0.22%
Joseph B. Trunko, Socialist Labor, 1,553 votes
Out of 706,627 votes casts, the margin of victory was 12,771 (1.81%)
1916–Lieutenant Governor
General Election–Tuesday, November 7, 1916
47.87%
Edgar D. Bush*, Republican, 337,308 votes
46.00%
Mason Jenks Niblack, Democratic, 324,174 votes
 3.07%
Samuel S. Condo, Socialist, 21,623 votes
 2.20%
Albert Stanley, Prohibition, 15,479 votes
 0.64%
Milo J. Bowman, Jr., Progressive (Bull Moose), 4,507 votes
 0.22%
William Holmes, Socialist Labor, 1,573 votes
Out of 704,664 votes casts, the margin of victory was 13,134 (1.87%)
1916–Secretary of State
General Election–Tuesday, November 7, 1916
47.93%
Edward L. Jackson*, Republican, 337,851 votes
45.92%
Homer Livingstone Cook (i), Democratic, 323,686 votes
 3.07%
Max E. Matthews, Socialist, 21,648 votes
 2.21%
Ransom Popa, Prohibition, 15,567 votes
 0.64%
James M. Zion, Progressive (Bull Moose), 4,543 votes
 0.22%
August Stoeffler, Socialist Labor, 1,556 votes
Out of 704,851 votes casts, the margin of victory was 14,165 (2.01%)
1916–Auditor of State
General Election–Tuesday, November 7, 1916
47.84%
Otto L. Klaus*, Republican, 337,254 votes
45.94%
Dale J. Crittenberger (i), Democratic, 323,832 votes
 3.08%
Russell Wyttenbach, Socialist, 21,717 votes
 2.26%
Harry Peacock, Prohibition, 15,926 votes
 0.65%
William C. Camp, Progressive (Bull Moose), 4,598 votes
 0.23%
Harry A. Barnes, Socialist Labor, 1,587 votes
Out of 704,914 votes casts, the margin of victory was 13,422 (1.90%)
1916–Treasurer of State
General Election–Tuesday, November 7, 1916
47.80%
Uz McMurtrie*, Republican, 336,912 votes
46.07%
George A. Bittler (i), Democratic, 324,718 votes
 3.08%
Charles R. Fenimore, Socialist, 21,682 votes
 2.20%
Alexander W. Benham, Prohibition, 15,493 votes
 0.63%
Ward A. Smith, Progressive (Bull Moose), 4,458 votes
 0.22%
Oscar Viewegh, Socialist Labor, 1,556 votes
Out of 704,819 votes casts, the margin of victory was 12,194 (1.73%)
1916–Attorney General
General Election–Tuesday, November 7, 1916
47.83%
Ele Stansbury*, Republican, 336,979 votes
46.01%
Evan Brown Stotsenburg (i), Democratic, 324,108 votes
 3.06%
Frank S. LaMont, Socialist, 21,591 votes
 2.23%
Tilghman E. Ballard, Prohibition, 15,742 votes
 0.64%
John H. Kingsbury, Progressive (Bull Moose), 4,486 votes
 0.22%
Henry Kuerst, Socialist Labor, 1,557 votes
Out of 704,463 votes casts, the margin of victory was 12,871 (1.82%)
1916–Supt. of Public Instruction
General Election–Tuesday, November 7, 1916
47.88%
Horace Ellis*, Republican, 337,249 votes
46.00%
Samuel L. Scott, Democratic, 324,009 votes
 3.07%
Arthur A. Carmichael, Socialist, 21,615 votes
 2.21%
Elcharles Devore, Prohibition, 15,544 votes
 0.63%
Claudia Schad, Progressive (Bull Moose), 4,454 votes
 0.22%
Frank Hershel, Socialist Labor, 1,565 votes
Out of 704,436 votes casts, the margin of victory was 13,240 (1.88%)
1916–U.S. House (District 1)
General Election–Tuesday, November 7, 1916
48.11%
George K. Denton*, Democratic, 23,278 votes
47.44%
S. Wallace Cook, Republican, 22,955 votes
 2.57%
Benjamin S. Reese, Prohibition, 1,243 votes
 1.29%
William Crecileus, Socialist, 623 votes
 0.59%
William F. McElderry, Progressive (Bull Moose), 285 votes
Out of 48,384 votes casts, the margin of victory was 323 (0.67%)
1916–U.S. House (District 2)
General Election–Tuesday, November 7, 1916
47.34%
Oscar Edward Bland*, Republican, 24,764 votes
45.42%
William Allen Cullop (i), Democratic, 23,759 votes
 5.47%
Zimri W. Garten, Socialist, 2,860 votes
 1.19%
H. J. Beddinger, Prohibition, 622 votes
 0.58%
Stephen A. Burton, Progressive (Bull Moose), 304 votes
Out of 52,309 votes casts, the margin of victory was 1,005 (1.92%)
1916–U.S. House (District 3)
General Election–Tuesday, November 7, 1916
52.09%
William E. Cox (i)*, Democratic, 24,738 votes
45.97%
John Homer Edwards, Republican, 21,831 votes
 1.08%
Alvin L. Ogle, Prohibition, 511 votes
 0.58%
William D. Bartle, Socialist, 277 votes
 0.28%
William Wagoner, Progressive (Bull Moose), 134 votes
Out of 47,491 votes casts, the margin of victory was 2,907 (6.12%)
1916–U.S. House (District 4)
General Election–Tuesday, November 7, 1916
51.47%
Lincoln Dixon (i)*, Democratic, 24,925 votes
46.99%
Mauley D. Wilson, Republican, 22,753 votes
 1.40%
Floyd N. Kissel, Progressive (Bull Moose), 677 votes
 0.14%
William F. Carmichael, Socialist, 67 votes
Out of 48,422 votes casts, the margin of victory was 2,172 (4.48%)
1916–U.S. House (District 5)
General Election–Tuesday, November 7, 1916
40.60%
Everett Sanders*, Republican, 20,977 votes
39.26%
Ralph Wilbur Moss (i), Democratic, 20,285 votes
 17.16%
Eugene Victor Debs, Socialist, 8,866 votes
 2.97%
Dayton F. Haworth, Progressive (Bull Moose), 1,536 votes
Out of 51,664 votes casts, the margin of victory was 692 (1.34%)
1916–U.S. House (District 6)
General Election–Tuesday, November 7, 1916
48.60%
Daniel Webster Comstock*, Republican, 23,831 votes
46.61%
Finly H. Gray (i), Democratic, 22,853 votes
 2.44%
Ralph Gest, Socialist, 1,198 votes
 1.64%
Cuthbert L. Summerson, Prohibition, 804 votes
 0.70%
George R. Carter, Progressive (Bull Moose), 344 votes
Out of 49,030 votes casts, the margin of victory was 978 (1.99%)
1916–U.S. House (District 7)
General Election–Tuesday, November 7, 1916
51.83%
Merrill Moores (i)*, Republican, 40,862 votes
44.06%
Chalmer Schlosser, Democratic, 34,732 votes
 2.87%
Joseph A. Leonard, Prohibition, 2,259 votes
 0.96%
Edward W. Clark, Socialist, 753 votes
 0.29%
Edward F. Jones, Progressive (Bull Moose), 229 votes
Out of 78,835 votes casts, the margin of victory was 6,130 (7.77%)
1916–U.S. House (District 8)
General Election–Tuesday, November 7, 1916
48.02%
Albert H. Vestal*, Republican, 26,135 votes
43.83%
Jacob F. Denny, Democratic, 23,854 votes
 4.31%
W. S. Whiting, Prohibition, 2,348 votes
 3.22%
Fred S. Hurlburt, Socialist, 1,753 votes
 0.61%
Carl W. Thompson, Progressive (Bull Moose), 332 votes
Out of 54,422 votes casts, the margin of victory was 2,281 (4.19%)
1916–U.S. House (District 9)
General Election–Tuesday, November 7, 1916
50.35%
Fred S. Purnell*, Republican, 27,712 votes
44.60%
David Fudge Maish, Democratic, 24,547 votes
 2.59%
G. Stanley West, Progressive (Bull Moose), 1,425 votes
 2.39%
John C. Kahlenbeck, Socialist, 1,316 votes
 0.08%
John W. Whicken, Prohibition, 43 votes
Out of 55,043 votes casts, the margin of victory was 3,165 (5.75%)
1916–U.S. House (District 10)
General Election–Tuesday, November 7, 1916
56.85%
William Robert Wood (i)*, Republican, 31,895 votes
41.13%
George E. Hershman, Democratic, 23,077 votes
 1.11%
Isaac S. Wade, Socialist, 622 votes
 0.84%
John G. Brown, Progressive (Bull Moose), 471 votes
 0.07%
Ervin S. Whitmer, Prohibition, 39 votes
Out of 56,104 votes casts, the margin of victory was 8,818 (15.72%)
1916–U.S. House (District 11)
General Election–Tuesday, November 7, 1916
46.30%
Milton Kraus*, Republican, 25,006 votes
45.51%
George W. Rauch (i), Democratic, 24,578 votes
 4.35%
Layman H. Jackman, Progressive (Bull Moose), 2,350 votes
 3.83%
Walen J. Conarty, Prohibition, 2,071 votes
Out of 54,005 votes casts, the margin of victory was 428 (0.79%)