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Pennsylvania gubernatorial election, 1906

 

Pennsylvania gubernatorial election, 1906

Pennsylvania gubernatorial election, 1906

November 6, 1906 (1906-11-06)

 
Candidate Edwin Sydney Stuart Lewis Emery, Jr.
Party Republican Democratic
Popular vote 506,418 458,054
Percentage 50.3% 45.5%

County results

Governor before election

Samuel W. Pennypacker
Republican

Elected Governor

Edwin Sydney Stuart
Republican

The Pennsylvania gubernatorial election of 1906 occurred on November 6, 1906. Incumbent Republican governor Samuel W. Pennypacker was not a candidate for re-election. Republican candidate Edwin Sydney Stuart defeated Democratic candidate Lewis Emery, Jr. to become Governor of Pennsylvania.

Results

Pennsylvania gubernatorial election, 1906[1]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Edwin Sydney Stuart 506,418 50.31%
Democratic Lewis Emery, Jr. 458,054 45.51%
Prohibition Homer L. Castle 24,793 2.46%
Socialist James H. Maurer 24,793 2.46%
Socialist Labor John Desmond 2,109 0.21%
N/A Others 36 0.00%
Totals 1,006,579 100.00%

References

  1. ^ "PA Governor General Election". OurCampaigns. Retrieved 5 July 2012. 
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